Rapper Tweets ‘YOLO’ Before Dying in Crash

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  • 21-year-old aspiring rapper, Ervin McKiness, tweeted popular phrase "YOLO" [You Only Live Once] about driving drunk at 120 mph right before he died in a fatal car crash that killed him and four others. (Mckiness is on the left in the photo)

    Rapper Drake made the phrase "YOLO" famous in his song "The Motto" featuring Lil'Wayne and other rappers.

    Mckiness died in Ontario, Calif., he and his friends were driving in a Nissan Sentra before running a red light, losing control, and slamming into a wall.

    His friends were also young; Marquell Bogan, 23; Dylan George, 20; Jonathan Watson, 21; and JaJuan Bennett, 23, were all pronounced dead at the scene.

     

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    9 thoughts on “Rapper Tweets ‘YOLO’ Before Dying in Crash

    1. good one or some less rapper or rappers to fill our youths minds with trash, destroying the blck community just like drugs and alcohol

    2. 21 years old, at what age does the brain cells start to connect. He not only kills himself but four other people also. Its true you do only live once, on the flip side, you only die once.

    3. Yes we do only live once and the Almighty Father blessed us with the gift of life not for our own selfish pleasures. We were designed and bestowed gifts that would bring praise to God. We were created with the specific purpose and condition to love each other. We are supposed to be a help to our fellow man. We are squandering this precious gift and once it is gone it is gone. You don’t get another chance or a do over.

    4. This is senseless and proof of the recklessness that this generation has for their lives,as well as, other peoples lives. YOLO is a stupid motto to live by, just my opinion.

    5. Everyone always thinks it won’t happen to them. Their recklessness brought instant grief for 5 families. I’m praying for them.

    6. Everyone always thinks it won’t happen to them. Their recklessness brought instant grief for 5 families. I’m praying for them.

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