Eminem Donates $10,000 To Support Sean Price Family, Royce Da 5’9″ & Paul Rosenberg React To His Death

Remy Gelenidze

Eminem’s Shady Records donated $10,000 to Duck Down’s fundraiser for Sean Price’s family Wednesday (August 12), Mike Trampe reports.

The label created a CrowdRise page in the wake of Price’s death and has $86,000 raised to date. The rapper died in his sleep August 8. He is survived by his wife and three children.

“I came up idolizing him. I’m gonna miss him.” – Royce Da 5’9″

“I swear I just told Marshall (Eminem) on Thursday that Sean was my current favorite. I hung on every word in his verses.” – Paul Rosenberg (Eminem’s Manager) 

“Sean Price, Authentic: of Undisputed origin. Made or done in an original or traditional way. Based on facts, Reliable and Dependable. Your way could not have been rehearsed. Built by GOD! To serve in HIS ARMY! A calling we can’t dispute. So we SALUTE to your Life and Thank the Most high for our time in your presence. You will be missed.” – Trick Trick

“Everyone else is probably gonna quote one of his crazy bars (he got so many I don’t even know where to start. Literally Every bar was quotable) Real s**t tho one of my favorite lines was “Tears in my eyes when thinking of hexmurda.” (from “FIGURE FOUR”)

“Because within the humor and witty lines he was known for he would still sneak in some real s**t like that . That meant a lot to me when I heard that line. Life is about balance. We all know P knew how to make u laugh, and when the time was right, for just a brief moment, he knew how to make u cry.” – Dj Alchemist 

Sean Price referenced Eminem in one of his songs, saying: “I, man, my flow is so spectacular, Marshall Mathers be wishing I go back to Africa. Hah, joke, I joke, I kid, I kid… Like I smoke my coke in a cigg, you dig?”

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