What Happened to Wavy Navy Pooh? Miami Rapper Reportedly Shot and Killed


The hip-hop community lost another talented rapper just days after rapper Earl Swavey died of unknown causes. On Friday, January 14, 2022, the artist Wavy Navy Pooh was assassinated. The hip-hop artist was shot and killed in Miami, according to Quality Control Music records. According to reports, the rapper was in a car with two children and a female companion.

VNZA, a rapper from Missouri, was shot and killed in June. Supa Gates, a Brooklyn rapper, met a similar end on April 11 when he was shot multiple times in Crown Heights’ St John’s Place near Troy Avenue.

After being shot 64 times in the head and other parts of his body in July 2021, Chicago rapper KTS Dre made headlines as well. Another hip-hop artist killed in an attempted robbery in May 2021 was Bay Area rapper Mike Darole.

Wavy Navy PoohTwitter: Side Hustle King

What Happened to Wavy Navy Pooh? The Cause of His Death

T here has been no official announcement as to whether or not Wavy Navy Pooh died in the Miami Shooting. There are those who claim he was shot to death in front of his hometown by a group of people.

The Southwest Miami shooting has officially claimed the life of one individual. Officials from the police have not yet revealed Wavy Navy Pooh’s name. Despite that, he was the one brutally killed in this shooting.

A 7SkyForce HD drone hovered just after 6 on Friday. Just north of Zoo Miami, above police units positioned at Southwest 152nd Street and 127th Avenue.

Who was Wavy Navy Pooh?

The American rapper and musician Wavey Navy Pooh is famous for songs like Money On My Head, Guwop, M.I.A.M.I Murder Is A Major Issue, and a lot more. Wavey Navy Pooh is believed to have been about 25 years old. His net worth ranged from $2 million to $3 million.

Immediately after Wavy’s murder was announced over the weekend, many people reacted with shock that another hip-hop artist had been murdered.

The Quality Control artist made his debut on the label after dropping the banger ‘Gang Gang.’ Lil Bay and Migos are signed to the same label, Quality Control Music. With over 70K Instagram followers, Wavy Navy Pooh had a big social media following.

The user wrote RIP but also mentioned that Wavy was more of a gangsta than a rapper. One person said, “The streets don’t love you.” A second person wrote that he is also from the crib.

“I got bruh music on tidаl bruh wаs snаpping sаd to see аnother young brother lose their life but Miаmi is not south beаch remind y’аll self bout thаt.” 

Fans Pay Tribute on Twitter

UPDATE: Quality Control’s Pierre “Pee” Thomas has confirmed Wavy Navy Pooh passed away today. pic.twitter.com/mbl7RZOeVQ

— Tony M. Centeno (@_tonyMC) January 15, 2022

The music industry lost another up and coming artist..

Wavy Navy Pooh was murdered in his own hometown of Miami, FL

Rest easy, King 🕊 pic.twitter.com/YmG1VJczdI

— Side Hustle King 👨🏽‍💻💰 (@profitwithant) January 15, 2022

The streets don’t love you.. ONLY YA FAMILY DO! 🤲🏽🕊

— KingSmoove__ (@009Kingz) January 15, 2022

RIP but bruh was a gangsta more than a rapper. More times than not it comes with the territory

— The Great Negro (@RockStarRocc) January 15, 2022

Ankita Khanrah

Ankita Khanrah is a second-year student of the Master of Communication and Journalism (Integrated) programme at the School of Mass Communication, KIIT Deemed University, Bhubaneswar.

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