Pop Smoke’s Gravesite Crypt Vandalized, Possible Drag Marks Left On The Ground

Over the weekend, Pop Smoke’s gravesite was destroyed with the crypt smashed.

According to TMZ, witnesses came across Pop Smoke’s gravesite being destroyed early Saturday morning at the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY. The rapper was laid to rest last year after being murdered in early 2020.

In the pictures obtained by the publication, you can see that his grave was singled out. The marble crypt was broken into pieces with debris on the ground. The witnesses say that there were also “burned and discarded joints” near the site.

The pictures also indicate that the perpetrators may have gotten into the rapper’s tomb after noticing drag marks on the ground. One of the pictures shows a concrete slab that sits above one’s casket to separate the caskets from above, laying on the ground.

It is unclear if the casket was still inside, but security was notified about the incident. A few hours later after the incident was noticed, the rapper’s plaque was replaced with a blank one and caution tape around the area.

It is uncertain if the plaque will be replaced and who will pay for it.

Pop Smoke Grave Vandalized
Pop Smoke Grave Vandalized
Pop Smoke Grave Vandalized

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