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TRIBUTES POUR IN FOR OL' DIRTY BASTARD

Stars give their respect for the late rapper…

Tributes have started pouring in for the late rapper OL’ DIRTY BASTARD, who died after collapsing in a NEW YORK recording studio on Saturday (November 13).


Pharrell Williams, who produced ODB’s biggest hit ’Got Your Money’, said of the star, "He was a genius."


Roc-A-Fella Records labelmate Kanye West said: "His voice was unmatched. There was a time, when I was trying to get into hip-hop, when I would have cut off a piece of my finger to have his voice."


Snoop Dogg, who had been collaborating on a track for ODB's forthcoming album, paid tribute with: "We sad about it. We troubled because that was one of our brothers. It touches right at home. But at the same time, God has a plan. And we know he's in a better place and we pray for his family."


As reported by MTV News, OutKast ’s Big Boi added: "Prayers go out to all his kids and his family. It just goes to show you have to live life to the fullest."


The cause of ODB’s death is still unknown, although post mortem results are expected within a week.


Ol’ Dirty Bastard - real name Russell Jones - died aged 35.

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