Reggaetón Rapper Pacho El Antifeka Assassinated in Puerto Rico

Reggaetón Rapper Pacho El Antifeka Assassinated in Puerto Rico
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Reggaeton rapper Pacho El Antifeka was assassinated in Puerto Rico. Native studies say the rapper was shot at a Bayamón procuring middle, close to San Juan.

Native police discovered the physique of the singer inside a automobile on the procuring middle. Pacho El Antifeka’s actual title was Neftalí Álvarez Núñez. Commissioners from the murder division of Puerto Rico’s Investigative Corps are trying into the homicide. Brokers who arrived on the scene discovered the rapper already lifeless from a number of gun shot wounds, later recognized because the rapper Pacho El Antifeka.

Pacho El Antifeka was born in Puerto Rico in 1981 and is taken into account one of many pioneers of the reggaeton sound. He started his profession as a teen, assembly Daddy Yankee earlier than he rose to fame and introduced the world’s consideration to the style. Pacho started his profession as a part of the duo Pacho & Cirilio in 2013, working collectively till 2015. In 2019, he launched a single known as “They Don’t Have a Rifle” with fellow musician Cano ‘El Barbaro.’ In 2021, he launched his first solo album known as All Star Recreation.

Daddy Yankee honored his fellow rapper with a touching assertion on Instagram.

“I’m not the one to evaluate anybody’s private life however I can decide the therapy give me,” Daddy Yankee begins. “primarily based on that judgment, I can select my associates. You all the time handled me with respect, appreciation, honesty, sincerity, and loyalty. For me these qualities are price lots, as a result of they don’t seem to be simply discovered.”

The singer Farruko additionally shared a press release honoring Pacho on his Instagram. “Relaxation in peace my brother. We didn’t speak on a regular basis, however after we did we all the time talked about God, making an attempt to be higher folks, studying to be honest, you had been all the time a pacesetter and a brother.”

To date, no motive behind the dying has been launched. The musician did have a felony file for violating Puerto Rico’s weapons regulation. A number of months in the past, the FBI raided his residence to conduct a search.


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