Death, Obituaries : Gerald “Buddie” Tiller of Atlanta hip-hop group Dem Franchise Boyz has Died

Death, Obituaries : Gerald “Buddie” Tiller of Atlanta hip-hop group Dem Franchise Boyz has passed away.

Friends and families are paying tributes on social media to Beloved Gerald “Buddie” Tiller who recently passed away.

We learned of the passing of Gerald “Buddie” Tiller from the following tributes posted on social media.

Gerald “Buddie” Tiller of Atlanta hip-hop group Dem Franchise Boyz has passed away after a tumultuous battle with cancer. As confirmed by fellow group member Maurice “Parlae” Gleaton and Jermaine Dupri, who signed the group to his So So Def label in 2005, the hip-hop MC passed away Sunday evening.
Dem Franchise Boyz helped in propelling southern hip-hop to the forefront of popular culture, further setting the conditions necessary for the current trap-heavy music scene on display in Atlanta. Releasing hit singles such as 2005’s “White Tee” and “I Think They

Cause of Death.

According to the statement above, he died of cancer.

Tributes: A lots of tributes are pouring on social media to honor and celebrate the life of Gerald “Buddie” Tiller.

Damn Wee-Wee !! Man I remembered I hated when you called me noodle lol cause you’d always have this lil way of saying it that made everyone laugh lol you was my friend and I’m so sad to hear this!!!! My deepest condolences to the family! We love you all and you know his Doug family is here Gerald Tiller Buddie Dfb Enjoy this rest my friend you fought long and hard  We’re going to miss you  #PhuckCancer

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