- American rapper Leslie Edward Pridgen, better known as Freeway, recently suffered a great loss
- The music star just lost his 19-year-old son, Jihad, and the sad news was shared on his social media page
- The obviously-shaken father prayed for God to forgive his son and grant him the highest paradise in the afterlife
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Popular American rapper, Leslie Edward Pridgen aka Freeway, recently took to his social media page to share his grief with fans after he lost his son, Jihad.
The music star was obviously very affected by the death of his son and he expressed as much in an Instagram post.
Sharing the devasting news, the Philadelphia rap legend asked for fans to keep his family in their prayers as he revealed that he always tries his best to be strong.
The rapper said that the loss of his son was pain like he had never felt. He also told people to cherish their loved ones because they did not know how much time they had left with them.
Freeway prayed for God to forgive his son his sins and to also grant him the highest level of paradise. In his words:
“God knows I try my best to be strong, but this right here is a pain like I never felt. Please cherish your time and your love ones because we’re not promised the next breath. I Pray Allah forgives my son for all of his sins and I pray that Allah grants him the highest level of paradise. Ameen. Please make dua for him and my family.”
See his post below:
Jihad had been toeing in his father's footsteps as a rapper as he also made music with the alias SnowHadd. He had been known to share freestyle videos on his page.
So sad. RIP.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that American rapper, Kanye West, gifted his wife Kim Kardashian, a hologram of her late father, Robert Kardashian, for her 40th birthday.
Kim explained that it was a hologram from Heaven. She added that her husband gave her the most thoughtful gift of a lifetime for her birthday.
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