Who was Chucky Trill? Houston rapper shot dead near Atlanta, Internet says ‘streets really don’t love a soul’
GWINNET COUNTY, GEORGIA: When rapper Chucky Trill rapped about the unending hustle and death in the streets in his songs, little did we know that he will meet the same fate. Known for his 2018 banger ‘Streets Don’t Love a Soul’, the up-and-coming Houston rapper was shot and killed on the Atlanta Highway on March 5. The rapper was taken to the hospital but he succumbed to his injuries. He was 33.
The official Twitter account of Gwinnett County police shared the news on the rapper’s unfortunate death. "GCPD is investigating an early morning homicide that happened on I-85 South near JCB. Officers responded to a shooting on the interstate just before 3 am and discovered one male who was shot and died at a local hospital." Chucky Trill, whose real name was Corey Detiege, was found inside a vehicle near the Jimmy Carter Boulevard exit and it was revealed that he was fatally shot on on I-85 interstate. According to his manager, the rapper was visiting Atlanta for NBA All-Star Weekend, as reported by the Houston Chronicle. His manager had confirmed the death to the same publication. The details on people behind the shooting are yet to emerge.
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Who was Chucky Trill?
Chucky Trill was the son of rapper D Of Trinity Garden Cartel, a popular Houston rapper in the 1990s. The late rapper was the manager of Cash Committee Musik Group. In 2018, he had dropped an album called ‘Music for the Soul’ and he was reportedly working on albums ‘Cartel Baby’ and ‘No Rumors.’ Trill was from South Park and had good connections in the rap community, based in Houston.
According to police spokesman Cpl Collin Flynn, investigators believe the shots were fired into Trill’s car from another vehicle, as reported by AJC. Spilling a few details on the unfortunate incident, Flynn said, “Obviously these types of shootings are very concerning for the police department. Not only do you have the two vehicles involved in the shooting, but you also have multiple people that are driving on the interstate that could also be victims in these types of crimes.” As per the rapper’s Instagram stories, he was chilling out in a club with his circle before he was shot and killed on the Atlanta highway.
‘He was everywhere grinding, always smiling’
As soon as the news of Chucky Trill’s death hit the Internet, many shared their condolences on Twitter. One individual said, “Rest In Peace Chucky Trill #CartelBaby I watched Chucky get out of jail and go hard! He was everywhere grinding, always smiling & making his name know step by step. I done sat on the phone with his dad about helping him out! Life is short... you never know!”
While referring to rapper’s hit song, another added, “RIP to Chucky Trill..........damn streets really dont love a soul man.” One stated, “RIP Chucky Trill . One of the few real ones.” Another shared, “Damn Man That’s Crazy RIP CHUCKY TRILL ! Cant believe that one ! Genuine dude.” The next one posted, “The streets really don’t love a soul. Fakts. RIP CHUCKY TRILL.” One concluded, “Had the pleasure of meeting Chucky Trill a few years back at a Bun B show we did at Trees. Homeboy was cool af and super humble. RIP”
Rest In Peace Chucky Trill #CartelBaby • I watched Chucky get out of jail and go hard! He was everywhere grinding, always smiling & making his name know step by step. I done sat on the phone with his dad about helping him out! Life is short... you never know! 🤦🏾♂️🙏🏾— GOT DAMN SAMM! (@djyoungsamm) March 5, 2021
RIP to Chucky Trill..........damn streets really dont love a soul man 🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊— Adrian Jackson (@AdrianJ63906274) March 5, 2021
RIP Chucky Trill . One of the few real ones— Dj Candlestick #BLM (@candlestickem) March 5, 2021
Damn Man That’s Crazy RIP CHUCKY TRILL ! Cant believe that one ! Genuine dude— Hear it in My Voice 💔🗣 (@IamTraMason) March 6, 2021
The streets really don’t love a soul‼️ Fakts— King Dom (@KingDomo282) March 6, 2021
RIP CHUCKY TRILL
Had the pleasure of meeting Chucky Trill a few years back at a Bun B show we did at Trees. Homeboy was cool af and super humble. RIP— PANHANDLE $LIM (@TavoThaTrill) March 6, 2021