New Orleans Bounce Legend fifth Ward Weebie Dies From Coronary heart Assault


fifth Ward Weebie, a pioneer of New Orleans Bounce, has died.

The information was confirmed by Weebie’s shut pal, P City Moe, who spoke to native information. In keeping with reviews, he handed away from problems after struggling a coronary heart assault.

“First his kidneys went, and so they had him on a machine to get his kidneys again working, then his lungs went the subsequent day,” P City Moe instructed 4WWL. “I do not know why God needed him right now, however my brother gone.”

“I am confused,” stated DJ Fowl, a detailed pal, and collaborator. “He was a joker. He was a great dude… This can be a unhappy day in New Orleans.”

NOLA Mayor LaToya Cantrell hopped onto Instagram to launch an announcement about Weebie’s passing:

“It broke my coronary heart to be taught that Jerome Cosey—our fifth Ward Weebie—has handed. Let me discover out you did not know who he was. He was an iconic persona, a New Orleans legend, and a beloved pal. He was the Bounce King, who confirmed us the best way to transfer, the best way to love, and the best way to deliver ardour and humanity to all the things we do,” Cantrell wrote. 

“New Orleans has misplaced a cornerstone of our tradition. Our Metropolis is not going to be the identical with out his voice and his spirit. Could he relaxation in God’s good peace.”

fifth Ward Weebie got here to prominence within the 90s as Bounce music grew to become in style in New Orleans. He has collaborated with a few of the business greats, together with Mystikal, Snoop Dogg and Grasp P.