|Birth Day:||June 13, 1991|
|Death Date:||Dec 28, 2013 (age 22)|
|Birth Place:||Montgomery, United States|
|Height:||in centimeters - N/A|
|Weight:||in kg - N/A|
Born Glenn Thomas, he was a hip hop artist who released mix tapes entitled Trap Life and Baby Jesus. He was signed to T.I.'s record label Grand Hustle.
As per our current Database, Doe B died on Dec 28, 2013 (age 22).
He released his full length debut mix tape Trap Life in November of 2012 through Hoodrich Entertainment.
Doe B was born Glenn Thomas in Montgomery, Alabama, on June 13, 1991. He is the son of Shirley Thomas and Kenneth Aaron. He wore an eye patch as a result of a shooting in 2009. He had 3 daughters.
On November 22, 2012, Doe B released his first full-length project, a mixtape titled Trap Life, with Hoodrich Entertainment. The mixtape, which hosted by American disc jockeys DJ Frank White and DJ Scream, includes production from Lex Luger, Zaytoven, M16 and Will-A-Fool, among others.
He was signed to Grand Hustle Records by the label's founder T.I. in 2012 and appeared on Hustle Gang's G.D.O.D. (Get Dough Or Die) compilation mixtape, which was released May 2013. He appeared on four tracks, "Kemosabe", "G.D.O.D.", "Real Niggas" and the remix of his song "Let Me Find Out". Shortly after signing to Grand Hustle, Doe B had secured a recording contract with Interscope Records. Doe B later released his own mixtape, the 18-track Baby Jesus, in 2013. An alternative 21-track mixtape with 18 of the original and three more tracks was released and hosted by Maybach Music Group's DJ Scream. Doe B also released music videos for "Let Me Find Out" featuring T.I. and Juicy J, "2 Many" featuring Rich Homie Quan, and "Trap Muzik".
On December 28, 2013, Doe B was shot at the Centennial Bar and Grill in Montgomery, Alabama. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. A bystander, Kimberle Johnson, was also killed, and six other patrons were injured, including rapper Young Mayo, who is currently serving time for drug possession. The Centennial was housed in what was earlier known as the "Rose Supper Club", which was the subject of a shooting in December 2012 that left six people injured. It had also been the location of multiple shootings over the past seven years. The name of the venue had been changed after the most recent incident. After the latest shooting, Mayor Todd Strange ordered the club to close immediately.
On December 30, 2013, 25-year-old Jason McWilliams of Montgomery turned himself in to MPD detectives. He would then be charged with two counts of capital murder and held without bond. Montgomery Police Department detectives concluded that the "shooting stemmed from an ongoing dispute between McWilliams and Doe B." A second local 25-year-old man, named Darius Thomas, was also arrested for the murders and charged accordingly. On January 3, 2014, a third shooting victim, 20-year-old Tim Hamilton, died from the gunshot wounds. On January 10, 2018, Darius Thomas was sentenced to 85 years in prison after pleading guilty to the deaths of Doe B, Kim Johnson, and Tim Hamilton.
His debut studio album had been expected to be released in early 2014, on Grand Hustle and Interscope. Following his death, his management confirmed that his music would be released posthumously and that he had over 200 songs recorded. On December 30, 2013, a new Raekwon song, featuring Doe B and T.I., titled "I Wanna Know", was released. Later that day, Atlanta-based rapper Pastor Troy, released a tribute song to Doe B, titled "Y'all Ain't Do Him Right". T.I. released his own tribute song, which features Doe B, titled "Flying with Angels". On January 9, 2014, T.I. revealed a teaser for a Doe B song titled "Why", featuring himself. It was said to be a track featured on Doe B's upcoming posthumous debut album. Then five days later, "Why" was released for digital download.
On April 1, 2014, Doe B's first full posthumous project titled D.O.A.T. 3 (Definition of a Trapper) was released. The mixtape features vocal guest appearances from T.I., Young Dro, Trae Tha Truth and others. The production was handled by Zaytoven, M16, K.E. on the Track and more producers. On iTunes a Deluxe Edition of D.O.A.T. 3 (Definition of a Trapper) was released on the same day. The Deluxe Edition features 6 more tracks than the original, having 24 tracks in a total. Big Kuntry King, T.I., Problem, Shad Da God are some of the guest appearances featured on the Deluxe Edition, that aren't on the original. One of those 6 tracks "Homicide" featuring T.I. was turned into the second single of D.O.A.T. 3 (Definition Of A Trapper). On June 13, 2014 Doe B Presents C.B.M.: Choppaz, Brickz & Money was released. It's a compilation mixtape by Doe B's own label Cote Block Music (CBM). The production was handled by Kartlin Bankz, 808 Mafia, Zaytoven and others. Doe B appears on 7 tracks of the mixtape. A mixtape entitled The Best Of Doe B So Far was released at the end of 2015. Karltin Bankz later on released remixes of both "Trap Muzik" and "Hood Memories". In early 2017, a new Doe B album cover of Doe B lying in his casket was released. The cover caused controversy and was later changed. Doe B's manager DJ Frank White, along with Doe B's mother announced a new Doe B album, that would be released on June 13, 2017, Doe B's birthday. The album's name is titled "No life After Death". The album was never released due to creative differences within Doe B's management.
Doe B's funeral was held in Montgomery, Alabama on January 4, 2014. T.I. spoke at the funeral praising Doe B and speaking about how bright of a future in music he really had. On January 11, 2014, it was reported that three of the five surviving victims of the shooting were suing the Centennial Hill Bar & Grill. The plaintiffs, Keldric Landon, Clarence Young, Jr. and Ferro Bennett, have filed lawsuits against Centennial, the Flight LLC, its owner Nicole Bankhead and the club's security company. Landon was the most injured, suffering multiple gunshot injuries requiring surgery. All three victims claimed in the lawsuit that the club's bouncers were bribed into allowing weapons into the building. They are seeking compensation for medical expenses, loss of work and pain and suffering.
On September 30, 2014, it was discovered that someone had tried to disturb Thomas' grave. His mother has expressed concern and is considering moving his body to an unmarked grave.
Doe was born in Montgomery, Alabama to Kenneth Aaron and Shirley Thomas and had a daughter named Madison.
Currently, Doe B is 31 years, 0 months and 15 days old. Doe B will celebrate 32nd birthday on a Tuesday 13th of June 2023. Below we countdown to Doe B upcoming birthday.