Te-Money from West LA talks about Dolla’s tragic death and working in music industry




STREETGANGS.COM | March 25, 2014

Los Angeles – As a minor Te-Money was sent to Youth Authority where he did almost 8 years, but he had his eye on working in the music industry, and through connections he made growing up in Mansfield Crip neighborhood, in West Los Angeles, he eventually linked up with Akon and has worked with many other notable artists behind the scenes shaping talent.

In 2009, Te-Money tragically lost one of his artists, Dolla, 21, when he was shot and killed at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles after having lunch at P.F. Changs with friends, Sadiq “DJ Shabazz” Abawi, William “Scrap DeLeon” Robinson, and Sy Sylvers.

Dolla had already worked with Lil Wayne, T-Pain and Akon, and was considered one of the best new talents in hip-hop at the time of his death.  The shooter, Aubrey Berry, was tried for first degree murder but a jury acquitted him in 2010.

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2 Comments for “Te-Money from West LA talks about Dolla’s tragic death and working in music industry”

  1. Nomi Y

    Poor dolla rip one of the best rappers

  2. Dondi

    K Suge knows you got him. All Bad.

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