Freekey Zekey Comments On Death Of Stack Bundles; Details Emerge In Shooting

Diplomats Records President and rapper Freekey Zekey has issued a statement concerning the death of Diplomat affiliate and Byrd Gang member Stack Bundles, who was shot and killed around 5:00 am this morning.

Stack Bundles, born Rayquon Elliott, was gunned down yesterday, after attending an incident-free event at Stereo nightclub in New York.

According to police, he was shot once in the head and once in the neck as he was returning to his home on Beach Channel Drive in Far Rockaway, Queens.

Police said that his money and wallet were left untouched, but his medallion had been stolen.

"I just want to say life is never promised tomorrow, so you have to live your life to the fullest," a somber Freekey Zekey said. "Sometime you question the Lord's actions on certain things, but you just got to live steadfast...Big shout out to the big homie, we love you and will always remember you. Stack is a true solider. I've been is similarly circumstances three years ago and it's really killing me inside."

Freekey Zekey is referring to the loss of another affiliate, Eric Mangrum, who was gunned down in April 2003 during a botched robbery attempt, in which Freekey Zekey himself suffered gunshot wounds.

Freekey Zeekey said he was saddened by the loss of Stack Bundles, who was just 24-years-old.

"I was with Stack last night in Stereo and it's just hard to leave someone a few hours ago, to hear they had an untimely death," Freekey Zekey said. "My thoughts and prayers go out to his family especially his sisters."