Ashaia Rivera Wiki – Ashaia Rivera Biography
Ashaia Rivera was the girlfriend of Granite City, Illinois, rapper YBC Bam who is being reported to have died following a shooting on June 4th. He was 18 years old. Granite City is located 10 miles north of St. Louis, Missouri.
Ashaia Rivera Instagram
Ashaia goes by the name Nuni Dior on Instagram. She writes in the bio section
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#restinheavenbam you was my rock. one of the best ppl in my life. im very lost for words. you was my homie & lover lol we did a lot of sht together baby. You held me down ❤️ you protected me and loved me like no other. i am so angry and i lost the loml to some bum ass broke ass niggas. Regardless if y’all hated on him y’all did some senseless ass sht to my baby. He ain’t deserve this man. This man is my right hand ❤️ my bestfriend. I’m gone get through this but I wish you was by my side. You was my peace and you treated me like a queen. We had so much planned in life. I don’t know how long it’s gone take me to get through this . Not talking to you everyday being with you and seeing you anymore. You brightened my sad days everytime. All you was doin is makin money . You helped me get my racks up lol my baby tried to put everybody in positions to get that paper. He definitely showed me how a girl should be treated and loved me unconditionally. I really thank God for putting you in my life and I wish he would’ve shared his angel with me for longer than 2 years. I just know you wanted to do so much in life and you were gonna get it done baby . You was a real hustler. A real go getter & I loved everything about you. I was never ready for my bestfriend to leave my side. I’m goin through some real pain. I prayed to God last night askin him for strength and I prayed talking to you lastnight asking you to give me strength and I woke up feeling so much stronger and I still cry but when you have someone like bam in your life taken from you it’s the worst feeling ever. He was definitely my soulmate and we talked about that all the time. I wish I could go back in time and make changes. I’m gone always have you in my heart and on my mind. I love you baby ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ im glad you made it you
r job to tell me you love me man . I appreciate you for so much @ybcbam
Ashaia Rivera & YBC Bam
YBC Bam and Rivera were in a relationship at the time the rapper passed on.
She paid tribute to the slain rapper on her Instagram story saying:
Y’all don’t know him how I know him and he was just so f****n perfect in my eyes I can’t believe God let this happen. I’m so angry and hurt. My blood is boiling i love him so much this boy is my backbone/rod/bestfriend/first love and now I’m forced to let all that go. We so close I can feel him he is apart of me and I just feel his anger.
On her Twitter page, Rivera tweeted:
Ion have no heart. Bam was my heart & he gone. He know he was my heart & motivation & I wish we could live our lives as we planned. I keep ranting because I wish I could just talk to him. I never imagined life without my baby. im so angry.
YBC Bam Shot Dead
YBC Bam died following a shooting on June 4th. He was 18 years old. Southern Illinois hip-hop platform 619 Hip-Hop tweeted that it was “reported” that YBC Bam had been shot dead in Granite City, Illinois. Local media reports show that there was one shooting in Granite City on June 4. KMOV reports that the shooting took place along the 2500 block of Madison Ave.
Fox St. Louis reports that the shooting took place around 10:00 p.m. The station’s report says that one man was found dead at the scene. The deceased man was found “in a truck behind a home.” The Alton Telegraph reports that the deceased man died at Gateway Regional Medical Center.
Among those paying tribute to YBC Bam in the comments section of that post are Ohio State University basketball star E.J. Liddell and University of Kentucky basketball commit Cam’Ron Fletcher as well as St. Louis hip-hop star Luh Kel.
One Suspect in Custody
One person in custody and are searching for two others. The shooting is being investigated by the Major Case Squad of the Greater St. Louis Area and the Granite City Police.