The 47 years old rapper of the hit anti-violence song ‘Black In America’ died on Saturday after being hit by a drunken driver.
MC Supreme the rapper responsible for the famous 1990 hit song ‘Black In America’ passed away on Saturday at the age of 47 years old. The rapper died after being hit by a suspected drunk driver on a highway in Malibu, California during early morning time. The rapper MC Supreme whose real name was Dewayne Lawrence Coleman was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
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MC Supreme had been sitting in his car along with a woman on the shoulder of Pacific Coast Highway in his Honda Civic when a Pickup hit his car. While the unidentified woman with MC Supreme suffered some injuries she has survived and taken to a hospital, but the rapper passed away instantly.
The authorities believe the accident occurred at about 6:20 am in the morning, according to DailyMail. The impact of the pickup which slammed into the Honda Civic forced the sedan to roll over and land on an embankment overhead the beach on the highway.
The pickup also flipped and hit another car with two passengers inside in the crash but there were no casualties. The driver who slammed into MC Supreme has been identified as a 34 year old man called Philip Torres II, who also suffered minor injuries. Torres has been arrested since then on suspicion of driving under the influence and will be charged with vehicular manslaughter.
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MC Supreme used to be a part of the group ‘West Coast Rap All-Stars’ which included members such as MC Hammer, Ice-T, Digital Underground and Dr. Dre. The group released the anti-violence song ‘We're All In The Same Gang’ in 1990 which was nominated for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group at the 1991 Emmy Awards.