King Von's Best Friend Brother Zell Dead: Did T. Roy's Brother Zell Commit Suicide Over a Female?

Sad news hit the hip-hop world today. According to reports King Von’s best friend T. Roy’s brother Zell is dead after committing suicide today. It’s alleged that he shot himself to death. Many messages have been left Instagram that give hints to what caused the sad situation.

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Why Did King Von’s friend T. Roy’s Brother Zell Commit Suicide?

According to reports T. Roy’s brother Zell took his own life over a female. It’s alleged he found he was being cheated on, and couldn’t handle the emotional turmoil. On IG O-Block C Murda left an emotional message saying they had no idea the pain Zell was going through, due to that situation. He wished that people would have checked on him, and saved him from harming himself.

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800 Lil-Twin reacted Zell’s death with a message that saying,

“Smoke Yo Self for a H** won’t get a letter or visit”.

That could be confirmation that T. Roy’s brother Zell committed suicide due to a female.

King Von's Best Friend Brother Zell Dead: Did T. Roy's Brother Zell Commit Suicide Over a Female?
King Von's Best Friend Brother Zell Dead: Did T. Roy's Brother Zell Commit Suicide Over a Female?

Every year in the United States around 50,000 die from committing suicide. Depression is one of the most deadly mental diseases in the US, and often times is hard to diagnose. In many cases suicide is preventable if people around the person afflicted with a mental health issue step in to help.

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RIP Zell.

Author: JordanThrilla Staff

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