Lil Tjay, a rapper who has won many awards. They Lil Tjay surgery on June 22 after he shot in northeastern New Jersey. As of 1 p.m. EST, TMZ said that the 21-year-old musician out of surgery. And doing better, but “he’s still not out of the woods yet.”
The shooting of Lil Tjay is part of a disturbing rise in violence against rappers. Across the country in the last few years. Drakeo the Ruler, Young Dolph, and Pop Smoke. Who a close friend and collaborator of Tjay’s, are just some of the artists who have hurt. After Pop killed in 2020. Tjay released the sad song “Forever Pop” as a tribute and spoke out about it on social media.
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The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office said in a statement that two 22-year-olds shot at a large shopping center near the Hudson River, as reported by Stoptechy.com. Later, the office put out a statement on social media saying that the shooting “does not appear to be a random act,” but they did not say that this was the shooting that happened to Tjay.
After the shooting, French Montana. The Kid Laroi, and Fivio Foreign, all of whom have worked with Lil Tjay. As well as NBA star and rapper Miles Bridges, have shown their support for him. Critics have slammed 6ix9ine for making fun of the shooting in an Instagram comment. (In 2020, Tjay said that 6ix9ine’s team offered to pay him to join a fake feud between the two New York rappers on social media.)
Tjay started taking music seriously after he got out of jail in 2017. His singles “Brothers” and “Leaked” helped him break into the mainstream in 2018. The young rapper has a unique talent for melody and can write catchy choruses. This, along with his soft, higher-pitched voice, earned him the nickname “the Bronx Justin Bieber” early in his career.
Since then, Tjay has been everywhere in hip-hop. He topped the charts with songs like “Calling My Phone” with 6LACK and “Pop Out” with Polo G, and he has put out two top 10 albums, the most recent of which was 2021’s “Destined to Win.” Tjay told his fans on social media in April that he would be releasing an EP called Strictly4MyFans and that he would be putting out more music this summer.
On his best songs, like “Losses” and “F.N.,” Tjay’s autotuned vocals let his emotions and vulnerability show. He sings about the pain of his childhood in the Bronx and the friends he’s lost. On “Losses,” he raps, “Can’t change, I remember what I’ve been through/So when I spit, no need for pencils.”