PnB Resting rock in Philadelphia | Popgen Tech


PnB Rock was laid to rest in his hometown of Philadelphia yesterday (September 21). The rapper was fatally shot during a robbery while dining at Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘N Waffles on Manchester Avenue in South Los Angeles on September 12.

Sources said Rock was buried during a Muslim funeral at the Khadijah Alderman Funeral Home at 1924 W. Hunting Park Avenue. Yesterday, XXXTentacion’s mother, Cleopatra Bernard, posted several photos on her Instagram Stories from the burial. In one post, she hosted a funeral service program. With one photo of a smiling Rock, the front of the leaflet read, “In Loving Memory of Rakim Allen, December 9, 1991 – September 12, 2022.”

In another Story post, she was photographed wearing a black dress while talking to another woman who was dressed all in black. They were outside in what appears to be a cemetery and others were seen in the distance. “Fly high PnB,” captioned the photo with a white dove emoji.

Before XXXTentacion’s death in 2018, he and Rock collaborated on several songs together, including “Middle Child,” “Bad Vibes Forever,” and “SMASH!” On the day of Rock’s death, Bernard shared an old video of them on her Instagram page. The clip is dated 10 May 2019 and showed them hanging. Rock held the camera and warned viewers not to play with “Mom Dukes”.

Today (September 22), Rock’s brother PnB Meen also posted about the funeral service. “Rode [through] the city with my brother last time. He never imagined that Rock would leave like this. I want to be strong for the family [and] hold it,” he began. Meen continued, “I will Inshallah. It’s not over, we’ve just started Rock. I appreciate everyone who came. Rock really loves [and] took care of everyone, [and] I mean everyone. The genuineness was simply unreal. This [feels] unreal, but it’s real.”

Meen added, “I love you forever [and] Your name [lives] through me. Long live the Rock. My right hand, my heart, the big brother man. you found us.” His Instagram post featured a photo of them as kids as well as a mural that read, “RIP PnB.”


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