Q was a brilliant businessman who championed urban culture, ultimately creating the largest hiphop website in the world. But more than that, he was a devoted father and one of the nicest, most generous persons to ever grace this planet. We will miss his hearty laugh and warm spirit. WorldStarHipHop will continue in its various endeavors. We ask that you remember Q in your prayers and raise a toast to the sky in his name.
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WorldStarHipHop founder dies
He was The father of three apparently suffered from atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Although WorldStarHipHop faced criticism for the violent and sexual content it published, it became a hub for refreshingly honest content and even produced a number of documentaries and its own clothing line. From street fights to music videos -- the site produced an array of content and shed light on matters such as crime in Chicago and the reality of violence in the hip-hop industry. From its launch in , the website grew so popular that today it reports 2 million visitors a week.
Students at the high school and Escobales confirmed to The Herald that a fight occurred the morning of Nov. A teacher was hit while trying to break it up. There was a second fight the next day, this one between several girls in the cafeteria during lunch, students said. Nine students had expulsion hearings as a result of the brawls.