Rapper Pat Stay Last Death CCTV Video, How Did Rapper Pat Stay Die Cause Of Death & Reason! Pat Stay, the Canadian battle rapper who was criticized by The Game for “desperately” trying to get Eminem’s attention only a few days ago, was reportedly killed by a knife. Halifax Regional Police haven’t officially declared Stay as the person who was killed, however, the brother of Stay, Peter Stay, confirmed his death. Police were dispatched to the 1600-block of Lower Water Street around 12:36 a.m. local time, with reports of a stabbing. Stay was transported to the nearby hospital which is where he died of the injuries. An individual who was familiar with the incident has said to HipHopDX that the accident occurred at the bar.
Rapper Pat Stay Last Death CCTV Video
A renowned combat rapper Pat Stay always had his fingers in the pulse Hip Hop culture. In the last month Pat Stay made a statement about The Game in his effort to lure Eminem by releasing “The Black Slim Shady” diss track. The track was released in The Drillmatic: Heart Vs. Mind album. On the 16th of August, Stay posted an Instagram image of Game dressed in a t-shirt and lying on his mattress, scrolling through his phone. The caption on the top reads: “Dear Slim I Wrote You But You Still Ain’t Callin,” in reference to Em’s song from 2000 “Stan” about an obsessed fan. The caption read: Stay in a scathing manner “The Black Slim Shady” and said he was disappointed by his actions.
“I gotta say, as a fan losangelesconfidential its been hard to watch you desperately begging for @eminem attention trying to battle him,” he wrote. “Trust me, I respect the hunger, but once you start that whole ‘he only blew up because he’s white’ type sh*t it comes off more hater-ish than competitive.” One of Pat Stay’s most recent Instagram Stories features his diss track directed at The Game. A remix of Eminem’s 2000 smash “Stan,” the video shows Method Man saying, “Pat Stay is a bad muthafucaka.” The rapper continues to slam the rapper from Compton.
In the last 14 hours He was in attendance at an event for a wedding couple he met and seemed to be smiling and happy. In a different, almost prophetic Instagram post, which was posted just two days prior, Stay talked about the unpredictable nature of life “Imagine if we treated all of our friends and loved ones as if we knew their days were numbered.” Pat Stay was 36 at the time of his passing. DX wishes our condolences to his familymembers, fans and close friends.