The rapper from the Injury Reserve trio is said to have died on Wednesday but there is no complete information on his demise.
The official announcement was made by his music group on Twitter stating: “REST IN POWER Jordan Alexander Groggs a loving father, life partner, and friend.”
REST IN POWER Jordan Alexander Groggs a loving father, life partner and friend. (6/1/1988-6/29/2020) pic.twitter.com/tYUa4nnebV
— Injury Reserve (@InjuryReserve) June 30, 2020
The group has also shared a link on the GoFundMe website to raise a sum for his family. Originally known as Stapa J. Groggs he shares four children Joey, Toph, Jayden, and Ari with his girlfriend Anna Ford.
A post has been shared on the fundraising website stating: “Jordan Alexander Groggs a loving father, life partner, and friend.”
“Groggs’ heart has touched everyone he has come across. He will live on through his family, supporters, and the communities he was apart of.”
“Jordan Alexander Groggs is survived by Anna and their four children Joey, Jayden, Toph, and Ari.”
“Please keep them in your thoughts. All funds will go towards family support and services. Thank you.”
“With love and remembrance 06/01/1988 – 06/29/20.”
Jordan who is a native of Phoenix, Arizona joined Injury Reserve in 2012 with his pal Nathaniel Ritchie who is fondly called Ritchie With a T- and Parker Corey.
Jordan and Ritchie became friends when they were working in a shoe shop and eventually went on to do their first music with Parker in a dentist’s place.
They stabbed their small beginning when they dropped their first mixtape in 2015 stating it as ‘Live from the Dentist Office.’
Further, the three released their next in the title ‘titled Drive It Like It’s Stolen in 2017’ and their first music Injury Reserve in 2019.