I honestly thought my heart could be broken anymore in anyway, but woke to find out that you have been taken away from us. You have change and help so many lives, you have changed mine. Your music helped me with my depression and suicidal thoughts, but even better you help others to understand we people like us go through. Your music and you as person showed me there will always be a fight, but it’s up to us to never give up. X your music and Legacy will go on for everyone. Thank you for all you have done for us, now it’s time for us your family,friends, and fans to keep passing on your message. I love you and rest easy Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy #ripxxxtentacion#nevergiveup#neverforget#ripjahsehonfroy
Although i was never a big fan of all your music, ‘17’ had an impact on me . He released it at a time i couldn’t express my emotions freely, that album still resonates with me today . Appearances may say he was just another rapper, but his lyricism says otherwise. You always spoke out about mental health from your experiences and had a voice for those who weren’t heard. Your words will now live on forever, you always said the realest ish, you were more human than we thought , X . #xxxtentacion#neverforget
January 23 1998- June 18 2018. Today is truly a sad day for me. I just lost one of my favorite artists, and not just any artists but someone who saved my life. In the past I’ve always had a low self esteem and I like this girl once... but out of nowhere she played my feelings. My grades were bad and if I’m being completely honest I was planning to end it all. But then I started to listen more to Jahseh’s (XXXTentacion) music. I related to it so much and I remember me going on to his live stories and him telling us to go after our dreams, to not be sad and worry about what others think of us. He didn’t create music, he created a legacy. I will truly miss this man and all of work. I will never forget you Jahseh. You’ve made such a impact on my life and I can never thank you enough. I promise to live by your philosophy of chasing our dreams. You will always be a legend in our generation and generations to come. #XXXTentacion#RIPXXXTentacion#neverforget#XXX#jahsehonfroy
So many people saying how it helped listen to @xxxtentacion when thinking if suicide like that’s a big impact to have on any one let alone the world that your music could be the reason why someone didn’t take their life I’ll always love Jahseh for what he did for me and even one else who felt it knows❤️🕊. 18.06.2018 #neverforget
He was so sweet so kind so amazing and he definitely did not deserve this he was so loved and always will be I don’t like all the ppl (malu)< mostly here but the all loved him and I just wanna thank x for everything u have done for us we love u x and always will I cant believe i will never see u again but I won’t only hear u through my phone but also through my heart and will never stop loving u x u and @bhadbhabie mean the WORLD to me and I will love u guys plz Rest In Peace x and we love u Sm #ripxxxtentacion#ripx#neverforget 😭😭😭♥️♥️💔💔💔💔💔💔
It makes my heart heavy, when I see my husband pull out the black band and wrap it around his badge. Knowing that he is wearing it to honor a fallen brother or sister in blue. Protecting and serving is dangerous work and to their families this band is the reminder to hold them close and to cherish all the moments. #ultimatesacrifice#theblueline#neverforget
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X was an inspiration for a lot of people, he is the reason a lot of people are alive today. You will always be remembered as a legend. #neverforget
Today we lost someone very important to our society. X had one of the toughest live from losing his best from from crimes. Even if he did commit crimes that was the old X. The new X spread positivity stopped hundreds of thousands of kids from committing suicide. Yet people are spreading hate because of his pass. This is tough for EVERYONE!! Everything will get better soon I promise and I’m here to help....
#NeverForget, July 4, 1776, is not your Independence Day..... I repeat.... Black People, July 4, 1776 is not your Independence Day.) Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. “Juneteenth” is the common Texan’s parlance for June 19, 1865, the day that Union General Gordon Granger issued General Order #3, at Galveston, Texas, setting free all remaining enslaved African Americans held in Texas. For many former enslaved Black people in Texas, northwestern Louisiana, and southwestern Arkansas, this date came to symbolize the day of the “Jubilo” for black people! They had prayed, sung, and shouted and finally their day of liberation had come.
Freedmen in Texas immediately gave meaning to Gordon Granger’s words. Beginning in 1866, Juneteenth was welcomed in the black community with barbecues, dances, and parades. During the 1960s and 1970s, the remembrance diminished because younger blacks thought the day was a reminder of enslavement and the denial of equal opportunities. In June 1974, Houston Mayor Fred Hofheinz issued a proclamation making June 19 “Emancipation Proclamation Day in Houston.” That same year Rev. C. Anderson Davis began the annual Juneteenth Parade in downtown Houston. In Texas, the celebration gained new momentum after State Representative Al Edwards (Dem.-Houston) sponsored a bill in 1979 that declared Juneteenth a state holiday. Juneteenth activities across Texas and the West usually include speeches, picnics, sporting events, barbecues, and musical and religious services. Houston’s Emancipation Park, established in 1872, became the center of Juneteenth celebrations in that city. The celebration was particularly meaningful because freedmen bought this park in 1872 and gave it to the city.
Juneteenth freed the enslaved legally from the institution of slavery, but the observance of Juneteenth was a constant reminder to the freedmen and their descendants that the struggles of enslaved Texans for justice continued into the post-Civil War era."
Rip Xxxtentacion he was someone I looked up to. He was a good person and all the bad stuff he did doesn’t even matter because he was changing he was helping people in need. He was only 20 and had his whole life to live but some motherfucker had to end it. He will be missed by me, his family, and all his fans #neverforget 🙏🏽😫
Happy birthday love ❤️ 20 years ago you were brought into this world but was taken away from us suddenly 2 years ago.. it’s hard not to be sad knowing your not here to bring your incredible light into the room to brighten everyone’s day. You were loved and missed by everyone. There isn’t a moment that goes by that I do not think about you! You will forever be my phone background❤️ I love you forever and always