While listening to “Pray for me” it is easy to recognize the discernment in his voice and very disturbing to understand Doe B predicted his death. Watch his mannerism and his look of acceptance that one day soon, he would die. Doe B is rapping from his inner defeat and asking for help. He is wearing his heart on his sleeve and those are his genuine feelings.”Pray For Me” is an example of a haunted man after his intuition soared into high gear, and from that he predicted his own demise. After he was shot in the eye and he survived he was supposed to be a victim that lived through the attempt on his life. He discussed this shooting in interviews. Doe B fell into the trap of a ‘hood friendship‘ and that is the cause of many deaths in the Urban Jungle while we fight an invisible war. Just because someone goes to the strip club with you, smokes with you, or fronts you a package that does not make them your friend. If anything that could be your enemy because they get booked who do you think they are going to give up to save themselves? In this case with Doe B his killer is in his music video. Proof that at the end of the day when those guns come out it’s always “Every man for himself.”
In the video treatment for the video “Pray For Me” notice his body language of surrendering and being at terms with his situation. He predicted his future impending death but he still wanted prayer. HE was coming to terms with it, like Tupac Shakur in his video for his song “Mad At Cha” when he is singing from heaven, but makes it clear that he was going to accept death and did not want anyone to feel responsible for what happened to him. Now that Doe B’s head is down he is begging for forgiveness. He walked through the funeral setting with a look of realization of his own potential home,soon. He sensed his own demise and came to terms with the fact that God had a date for him. Doe B had that feeling that some inherit that can intuitively foreshadow his expiration date was near. He didn’t want to murder anyone. All Doe B wanted to accomplish was success in the industry, but once you in the streets that grip is as addictive as a crack pipe to a crackhead. You refuse to leave it alone. Death was waiting on him and he couldn’t shake that feeling. I pray for his family and for T.I. and the rest of Grand Hustle. He lost his best friend Phil to some stupid street mess too, undoubtedly!
Why is Doe B sleeping in a casket?
He is dead because we are stupid.
We in the United States of America have created a war of assholes. We have people that pretend that they actually have a war and they are killing for a cause. We are stupid. They didn’t have stupidity to this degree until the “Crack Epidemic.” Now we have programmed ourselves to shoot before we get shot. Why are we shooting? Once again absolutely no reason.
We are dumb!
We believe in our lives that we can’t go to the store without a gun because fools have to shoot to keep it “real” because you have brainwashed to think that your brother is your enemy!
I am going to say this one more time!
We do not have an official war we let stupidity turn us into battery operated baboons, that will murder and go to prison for keeping it “Real.”
R.I.P. Doe B with love for your talent and you determination.
You died for no damn reason! You deserved better!
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