In Monday, big scarmy father participated in a public discussion about gucci manecontribute to the deceased rapper’s funeral expenses.
And Dad seems to have a different view of Gucci’s contributions to the deceased’s funeral and cause than Scarr’s sister and his friend. Cruel Quezz.
“First of all, I have to thank Atlantic Records, man. They gave my son a great opportunity. Gucci, I also have to thank Gucci, friends. You guys may not like it, but I got to give my son what he did, man. He gave my son a big, huge opportunity. I can’t let you all throw the guy under the bus like that. Come on, the truth is the truth.”
The rapper’s father added that he did not allow anyone to speak about the Gucci donation. In addition, the father said he was not seeking alms, but only what he felt belonged to his deceased son.
“I am not greedy, I just want what belongs to my son. I don’t ask for anything else, I don’t want anything else.”
Scarr died aged 22 in December after accidentally taking an overdose of prescription painkillers, said Arthur Woods, Scarr’s uncle. TMZ. Named in 2022 XXL The freshman class, the rising artist of Memphis has been signed to Gucci’s 1017 label.
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Scarr’s father has spoken out after allegations from Quezz and Scarr’s sister. Last weekend, Quezz claimed Gucci had haunted the family after promising to pay funeral expenses.
On Monday (January 9), Gucci’s wife, Keyshia Ka’oir, released a set of receipts from the funeral home in response to the accusations. She shared pictures of two receipts from NJ Ford & Sons Funeral Home. The first, totaling $10,000, was made on December 30, 2022. The second, totaling $10,000, was made on January 2, 2023.
“We also sent FLOWERS and didn’t even have a THANK YOU,” wrote Keyshia on her Insta-Story, along with a broken emoji.
After Keyshia reacted to the allegations, Scarr’s sister joined the conversation. She endorsed Gucci, and “someone on another team” deposited $10,000 each. However, she also claims that the amount is barely equal to a burial card worth more than $60,000 and that they did not receive any flowers.
“That **10K doesn’t help with the damn thing but hoasssss like I said he’s not helping TF here,” the sister captioned her video response to Ka’oir.
In the video, the sister doubled down on her claim that Gucci had requested the return of Big Scarr’s 1017 necklace – a request that Quezz also made. However, it appears that Keyshia did not mention this allegation in her response.
“Money doesn’t even matter. You ask them for the return string. But either way, the funeral will be paid regardless. It’s a small amount, that’s why we said he won’t help us with sh*t. I bad-mouthed that BMW, posted the receipt, none of it.
The sister also quelled online speculation that Big Scarr has no life insurance. Instead, she confirmed that he did it for the family. “make sure he’s good.” Then she made another baseless accusation.
“Yes, he has life insurance, Gucci probably has something on him too, but you drove him crazy,” the sister asserted.
After video clips of Big Scarr’s sister clapping started going viral, Keyshia shot the block with another receipt. She shared a photo of a 5-foot-tall white bouquet decorated with white ribbons. The spelled arrangement is “1017.”
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In the January 9 video, Scarr’s father confirmed Keyshia Ka’oir’s receipt, saying, “Gucci sent us ten bands; I take care of the rest.”
He continued – mentioning his appreciation while dismissing the accusations without naming Scarr’s sister or friend.
“Some things have been said that should not have been said. It was wrong. Hey guys, I wish someone had dialed my number and talked to your guy a hundred. All of this is out of control. Gucci and them, they are the best thing that happened to my son. No one deserves this here.
He also confirmed that Gucci sent the flowers, thanking him and anyone else who did.
“[Gucci] did what he could. He doesn’t have to do any of that,” said the father. “I just wish I was the one talking so we could understand that.”
The father added that Gucci had texted him condolences and although he wished it had happened in person or by phone, the father still appreciated the effort.