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Injury Reserve’s Jordan Groggs passes away at 32

The late hip hop trio member leaves behind four children.

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Jordan Groggs of Injury Reserve has passed away, as confirmed by posts from the hip hop trio’s official Twitter and Instagram accounts. The late rapper was 32 years old.

“REST IN POWER Jordan Alexander Groggs a loving father, life partner and friend” posts from Injury Reserve read on Tuesday (June 30). “(6/1/1988-6/29/2020) link in bio for gofundme to support his family and services.”

At this time, Groggs’ cause of death has not been revealed. Fans and former collaborators of the late artist flooded social media on Wednesday (July 1) to react to the sad news.

“I’m so sorry,” read one tweet from Run The Jewels’ El-P.

Injury Reserve producer Parker Corey shared a handful of pictures with his late groupmate on Instagram captioned, “Rest in Power.”

Fans can donate to the GoFundMe campaign launched by Anna Ford, with whom Groggs shares four children. The website page notes that donated funds — which have exceeded $56,000 — will go toward “support and services” for Groggs’ family.

“REST IN POWER Jordan Alexander Groggs a loving father, life partner, and friend,” the campaign’s description reads. “Groggs’s heart has touched everyone he has came across. He will live on through his family, supporters, and the communities he was apart of.”

“Jordan Alexander Groggs is survived by Anna and their four children Joey, Jayden, Toph, and Ari,” the message continues. “Please keep them in your thoughts. All funds will go towards family support and services. Thank you.”

Just last month, Injury Reserve dropped off a new single called “Robert,” which featured Jockstrap. The track followed up several offerings from earlier this year, including “Hoodwinked,” “Waste Management” and “Rock n Roll.”

The hip hop trio released their most recent album, Injury Reserve, last year. The self-titled effort saw collaborations with Freddie Gibbs, Amine, JPEGMAFIA, Cakes da Killa, Rico Nasty, DRAM, Pro Teens, A-Trak, Tony Velour and Dylan Brady.

Rest in Peace Groggs. See some tributes to the late artist on social media below.

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