DIGITAL UNDERGROUND’S SHOCK G DIED FROM ACCIDENTAL OD

According to TMZ, Shock G died in a Tampa hotel room from a deadly mix of drugs and alcohol, specifically fentanyl, ethanol (alcohol) and methamphetamine.

Back on April 22nd, Shock G was found unresponsive in his hotel room in Tampa, and there were no outward signs of trauma. Shock was last seen the day before he died, by a hotel manager who was concerned after he missed his check-out time, and immediately called 911.

The rapper, born Gregory Jacobs, was known for his alter-ego, “Humpty Hump” and his work with Tupac Shakur, who appeared in a music video with Digital Underground in the group’s 1990 song, “Humpty Dance,” People reported.

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