Network: This your boy Network; I’m over here chillin with Traxamillion; speaking with him about his last words, as well as the last time he hung out with Jacka. So tell me; how’d you find out about Jacka’s passing?

Traxamillion: Man, I found out from one of my friends; one of their people work high in the city, and they got the call first. Then they hit me up saying “Yo…. I just got a call; The Jacka got shot in the head, and it’s not looking good.” So I got on the phone, and called PK and I asked him if he heard anything, and before I can finish my sentence he said; “Ya its true, I’m on my way down there right now.” And that was it. So I waited around for a little bit, and then met him at the hospital where everybody was; what’s when we got the final word.

Network: It’s sad, and like 40 said; “You never would’ve thought that it would have been Jacka.”

Traxamillion: Yeah, I mean Jacka ain’t got no enemies. You have to know him to know that, he’s a friendly ass dude. Everybody’s his partner, the nigga had been in Oakland for years. Him being over there was nothing new. I can’t see him having any enemies that want to do him like that.

Network: His funeral, and everything just happened so fast!

Traxamillion: Him being cremated was ultimately up to his mother. As partners we have to respect the wishes of his mother, and that’s just what it is. It’s good that we got to have the ceremony, and come together, and see him, and celebrate him, and see him off that way, and I don’t think I’d want to see him in a casket anyway.

Network: When was the last time you talked to Jacka?

Traxamillion: The last time I talked to Jacka; we were in a session in Oakland, with Paul Wall. Working on Paul Wall, and Jacka’s mixtape. We were just choppin it up, smoking and laughing.

Network: Did he seem any different?

Traxamillion: Not that I can tell, He was the same way; always laughing, same old Jacka, telling jokes. Coming through waking the room up. And then before that, I had seen him at the Mistah Fab battle. So he’ll be missed. It’s been a few months, and people post pictures, and it’s like man; fuck! It don’t feel like he’s gone, and it’s just unfortunate.

Network: Any last words you want to say?

Traxamillion: To his family; I send my condolences. To his son, Shout out little Jacka. They lost a father, and we lost a real homeboy. This your boy Network; I’m over here chillin with Traxamillion; speaking with him about his last words, as well as the last time he hung out with Jacka. So tell me; how’d you find out about Jacka’s passing?

Traxamillion: Man, I found out from one of my friends; one of their people work high in the city, and they got the call first. Then they hit me up saying “Yo…. I just got a call; The Jacka got shot in the head, and it’s not looking good.” So I got on the phone, and called PK and I asked him if he heard anything, and before I can finish my sentence he said; “Ya its true, I’m on my way down there right now.” And that was it. So I waited around for a little bit, and then met him at the hospital where everybody was; what’s when we got the final word.

Network: It’s sad, and like 40 said; “You never would’ve thought that it would have been Jacka.”

Traxamillion: Yeah, I mean Jacka ain’t got no enemies. You have to know him to know that, he’s a friendly ass dude. Everybody’s his partner, the nigga had been in Oakland for years. Him being over there was nothing new. I can’t see him having any enemies that want to do him like that.

Network: His funeral, and everything just happened so fast!

Traxamillion: Him being cremated was ultimately up to his mother. As partners we have to respect the wishes of his mother, and that’s just what it is. It’s good that we got to have the ceremony, and come together, and see him, and celebrate him, and see him off that way, and I don’t think I’d want to see him in a casket anyway.

Network: When was the last time you talked to Jacka?

Traxamillion: The last time I talked to Jacka; we were in a session in Oakland, with Paul Wall. Working on Paul Wall, and Jacka’s mixtape. We were just choppin it up, smoking and laughing.

Network: Did he seem any different?

Traxamillion: Not that I can tell, He was the same way; always laughing, same old Jacka, telling jokes. Coming through waking the room up. And then before that, I had seen him at the Mistah Fab battle. So he’ll be missed. It’s been a few months, and people post pictures, and it’s like man; fuck! It don’t feel like he’s gone, and it’s just unfortunate.

Network: Any last words you want to say?

Traxamillion: To his family; I send my condolences. To his son, Shout out little Jacka. They lost a father, and we lost a real homeboy.

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