R&B artist Ginuwine recently shared a touching tribute on his social media accounts to honor the memory of his dear friend and fellow musician, Magoo, who tragically passed away over the weekend. Magoo, celebrated for his contributions as one-half of the iconic rap duo Timbaland & Magoo, left us at the age of 50, as reported on Sunday.
Ginuwine, widely known for his hit “Pony,” took to Instagram to pay homage to Magoo. Accompanying his post was a poignant black-and-white portrait of the late hip-hop luminary. In the heartfelt caption, Ginuwine reminisced about their connection and Magoo’s inspiring influence: “This dude, always pushed me… I will mis you maganooo that’s what we called him ….. totally one of the best ever in my eyes always pressing forward I know we didn’t talk alot but the love was and will be always there my brotha, I will see you soon bro we all have our date and I’m expecting the bro hug when I get there (sic).”
The artist, aged 52, openly shared with his followers the profound anguish he was experiencing, compounded by the loss of three dear friends within a single month. He articulated his emotional struggle: “I hate going through this and losing people we love sometimes it makes you feel like you dont wanna feel the pain so you wanna be gone also …pain hurts ..man oh man blessings to the family all of my condolences (sic).”
In a prior update, Ginuwine conveyed to his supporters that he had recently received distressing news, which he fervently hoped was untrue. He advocated a poignant message: “I just want everyone to know that time is short love who you love and make sure they know it.”