Rapper and Music Producer D-Bando Passed Away
Rapper and music producer D-Bando passed away due to Covid-19. According to KBXX radio station, D-Band passed away on January 5.
Hundreds of commemorations were published on social media for Darale Obando (D-Bando). We are all very sad for the Texas rapper.
“In a moving Facebook post, his mom said: “Today is one of the hardest days of my life. Just lost my son. Darale Obando has transitioned home to be with the Lord. No more pain or suffering.
She said “words could n’t express” her feelings, adding: “Like someone ripped my heart out but God knows my pain and he cares.
“I still thank God for 34 years he loaned to me. Love you Boo forever until we meet again in Heaven.”
Everyone Gives Their Regards To D-Bando
Louis Brandon posted on Facebook: “Typing in disbelief!! Please pray for my family and I strength. You protected me from everything (sic)!
“Love you so much this hurt so bad! Darale Obando I love you I’m going to miss you. My brother my mentor.. this pain is so much… but god give us strength.”
And, Carlee Jae Landry said: “Please pray for my family lost my big brother. I love you and I’ll miss you til we meet again. RIH Boo.”
Producers and people in the music industry also expressed their love and respect for D-Bando.
“Rest easy D Bando, I’m sorry. Prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.”
Rapper and R&B star K Vocalz commented: “Thank you for supporting me… I love you, Bro.”
Hip-hop record producer DJ Mr. Rogers told the star to “rest easy”.
And, Clay James, the CEO of the Atlanta label Playas Club Music, said: Solid a** n****. LONG LIVE DBANDO.”
On New Year’s Eve, friends urged the star to “wake up”.
D-Bando last posted on Instagram on November 27.
He said: “I’ve took the backseat to let my team be in the front that shows a lot about my character! I’ve stepped down to let others step up #I WANTUSALLTOWIN (sic).”