Grammy Awards In-Memoriam 2019: Xxxtentacion Snubbed Throughout Touching Tribute

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The Grammy Awards paused on honoring the perfect performers in right now’s music trade to pay its respects to the perfect of the previous! However, sadly, not everybody made the tribute.

Even with its scorching performances and glossy new trophies, the Grammy Awards all the time takes time to mirror on the music artists who’ve left us. For the 2019 award present on Feb. 10, we noticed trade icons Aretha Franklin, Mac Miller, Avicii and lots of extra honored on the massive display on the Staples Heart in Los Angeles. Given the award present’s tight schedule, although, not all of our fallen musicians and singers may make the tribute, and a few viewers took offense. After the section completed airing, many followers took to Twitter to complain that Xxxtentacion wasn’t acknowledged.

“I’m actually mad proper now. They actually didn’t honor XXXTentacion within the In Memoriam part of the Grammys. Bulls***,” one fan tweeted. One other consumer wrote, “THEY DIDNT SHOW X IN THE IN MEMORIAM LMFAOOOOOO.” Clearly, followers weren’t joyful over the snub. Rapper Xxxtentacion died on June 18, 2018, on the age of 20, when he was shot and killed throughout a theft in Florida. His homicide remains to be underneath investigation, and followers are nonetheless mourning his dying, so it’s a disgrace that he wasn’t included within the heartbreaking section.

On a optimistic be aware, nevertheless, there have been a variety of followers who have been moved by the in memoriam section, appreciating each face that made it on the massive display. “Chills seeing Mac Miller on the in memoriam on the #GRAMMYs it nonetheless doesn’t appear actual. fuck. i’m emotional.,” one fan tweeted, and one other added, “They confirmed Mac within the ‘in memoriam’ thingy 🙁 I’m gonna cry.” See a clip under.

For extra memorable present moments, take a look at HollywoodLife’s gallery recapping the 2019 Grammys’ greatest present moments above!

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