RNB singer Emani22 was allegedly killed in a car accident on October 11 at just 22-years-old.
Fans of the singer have lashed out against Trippie Redd, with who Emani had collaborated.
Why are Emani 22 fans are mad at Trippie Redd?
Born December 27, 1998, Emani Johnson was a Los Angeles native who was just starting her career as an R&B singer and dancer.
Over the years, Johnson had released multiple singles and before her debut album, The Color Red, in 2020.
In 2018, she collaborated with rapper Trippie Redd for a few songs on his album A Love Letter to You 3.
News of the young artist’s apparent death started circulating online on Monday, October 11, 2021.
While it has not been confirmed by her family, other musicians and fans have started to pay tribute on social media.
Rapper Bhad Bhabie was one of the first to lead tributes on Instagram.
Emani fans are angry at Trippie, however, as no word has come from his social media regarding her death.
What did Emani 22 fans say to Trippie Redd?
Fans of the singer took to Twitter to call out Trippie Redd on his lack of condolences for Emani.
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“Idk if u know yet but Emani 22 passed away bro,” one fan replied to a tweet of Trippie’s after her death.
“pay your respects to emani 22 bro, she passed, y’all made 2 songs together,” another fan tweeted.
One user defended Trippie, writing: “he don’t gotta do shit publicly for y’all to see let him mourn privately y’all swear y’all know these celebrities.”
Many simply wrote “rip emani” under a few of his tweets.
There has been no post or story on Trippie’s Instagram page as well as his Twitter page.
What are some of Emani’s popular songs?
Some of Emani’s most popular singles include Heartbreak Hotel and Dripomatic.
Emani spoke to Voyage LA two years ago about her passion for music.
She said, “All my life, art, and self-expression has been everything to me. So, ever since I was younger, I was always finding ways every day to share my thoughts and visions or just anyway to make them tangible somehow.
“I love making music and with my music, I write about things I go through and things I feel. I want to show people that and I want them to feel from it as well. I want to inspire my listeners in ways they’ve never felt before.
She said, “Everything right now is all just about spreading my words. I want to keep making music. I have my first EP on the way, so that’s exciting. I have a lot of ideas as far as songs that I will be putting out, so it’ll be cool to see how people react to them.”
When asked what sets her apart from other artists, Emani shared “For me, I feel like nothing can compare because I’m my own person.
“Everything I put out is very personal, so yes, it can be understood, but it can never be duplicated. I just want to continue to make art and spread the love.”
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