RAPPER Paul Costict, member of the 90's rap collective B-Rock and The Bizz, has died suddenly at the age of 57.
The musician passed away "unexpectedly" at his home in Norfolk, Virginia, on Saturday.
The person who reported his death to the media said they had spoken to him on Wednesday before his death, noting he was "sick" but in good spirits.
B-Rock and The Bizz had a top ten hit with their 1997 song My Baby Daddy, with the song gaining a gold certification.
Superstar Rihanna was even spotted wearing a t-shirt with the phrase "dat's just my baby daddy" during her pregnancy in 2022.
The rap group gained fame for being the first group to come from Mobile, Alabama, after forming in 1986.
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Members included Baron “B-Rock” Agee, his brother Leevirt Agee, Thaddeus “T-Bird” Maye and Costict.
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