5th Ward Weebie was a New Orleans Rapper and record producer notable for producing the hits “Wobble Wooble” for Kane and Abel and “Oooh Weee” for Master P. Weebie was also featured on the 504 Boyz hit song, “Tight Whips” in 2002.
5th Ward Weebie Death – Cause of Death
Weebie passed away on January 9, 2020, at the age of 42 from a heart attack after undergoing surgery to repair a ruptured artery. New Orleans rapper P Town Moe after learning the death of Weebie this is what he said, “First his kidneys went and they had him on a machine to get his kidneys back working, then his lungs went the next day, I don’t know why God wanted him at this time, but my brother gone.” Family, friends, and fans took to social media to send their condolenses.
5th Ward Weebie Age
5th Ward Weebie was born Jerome Cosey in 1977 in the United States. He was 42 years old at the time of his death on January 9, 2020.
5th Ward Weebie Music
Weebie specialized in the Bounce genre. He is notable for producing the hits “Wobble Wooble” for Kane and Abel and “Oooh Weee” for Master P. Weebie was also featured on the 504 Boyz hit song, “Tight Whips” in 2002. He also collaborated with Master P on the track, “Rock It,” and appeared Drake’s “Nice for What” music video.
During a 2014 interview with journalist Alison Fensterstock, Ward Weebie explained his musical philosophy: “Don’t be serious and overthink, just have fun,” he said. “Let it be the funny truth. … The ‘F*** Katrina,’ it’s the funny truth. I turned a drastic situation, something that was horrific to the world — and I was a part of that situation, so I was able to turn something that was so dramatic and so drastic into something you can laugh a little bit about — and that’s the truth. Same element, same energy.”
In his latest 2018 album album “Scorpion,” Ward Weebie.
wanted to include elements like, Canadian rapper Drake consulted with Lil Wayne’s manager, Cortez Bryant, who recommended Drake work with 5th Ward Weebie.