Pop Smoke's grave site was reportedly destroyed this weekend after vandals smashed the face of his mausoleum and tried to pull out part of the interior.
TMZ reports that an eyewitness provided them with photos of a defaced crypt belonging to the canarsie rapper in Brooklyn's Green Wood Cemetery. He was buried there in early 2020 after he was murdered in a robbery in Los Angeles.
According to TMZ, Pop's location on the outer wall of the mausoleum on the site was selected. His marble tablet with the legal name of Bashar Barakah Jackson is cracked and almost completely broken, as the photos show.
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Other debris was reportedly scattered on the floor, including what the news agency calls burned and discarded joints and flowers.
Additionally, TMZ reports that drag marks were left on the floor, suggesting the alleged perpetrators may have accessed the rapper's grave and tried to pull something out.
The eyewitness who took the photos says he notified security, which allegedly did not know about such vandalism until he was found out. It's not clear whether Pop Smoke will replace the badge or who would pay for it.