New Jersey hip hop artist Fetty Wap has officially opened up about losing his 4-year-old daughter, Lauren Maxwell!
In a recently aired episode of Fat Joe’s series, “The Fat Joe Show” Fetty speaks on the impact of the tragic news of his daughter’s passing.
Though many details haven’t been made public since her passing, he has shared how it felt to receive the devastating phone call, reports Baller Alert.
“I lost my daughter on June 24th, I got that phone call at 12:36 PM I’ll never forget this day in my life. I was sitting down in Miami at this Cuban spot I go to; I ordered me a skirt steak, some rice and beans and a lemonade,” Fetty said during the interview.
“At 12:36, I see my baby mother’s number pop up on my phone. At the time, we weren’t really getting along, so I’m thinking to myself, oh I’m about to see my baby. I’m about to see my daughter.”
He continued, “and when I answered the phone, she looked at me, and when she looked at me, I’m like WHAT’S UP? She dropped her head, and I hung the phone up like, NAH, WHATS UP? Then she called me back, and I saw the tears coming down, and she said, GET OVER HERE RIGHT NOW! Then she showed me the police officer, and then the police officer was like I’m sorry.”
Fetty revealed that he got the news shortly after his 30th birthday and it was the worst thing that could ever happen to him.
”Nothing in my life could ever be that bad. That’s the worst thing that could ever possibly happen to me in my life. I say that to say, my head is always high. I was in a really dark place after that. It was two weeks after my birthday. I turned 30 June 7th, and my daughter passed June 24.”
The Jersey rapper mentioned that despite sometimes slipping into darkness following the tragedy, he keeps the outlook that everything will be okay.
The last few months of 2021 have been very devastating for a lot of people. No one wants to ever experience death so close, especially when it is a child.
We at Noir Online would like to send love and prayers to Fetty Wap, Lauren’s mother and their families.