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Geto Boys’ Rapper Bushwick Bill Reveals He Has Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer: “I’m Not Afraid of Dying”

Hip-Hop legend Bushwick Bill of iconic rap group Geto Boys reveals he is battling stage four pancreatic cancer.

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Rapper Bushwick Bill, born Richard Stephen Shaw, one of the founding members of the iconic Houston, Texas hip-hop group Geto Boys, aka Ghetto Boys, has revealed he has been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

The 52 year-old revealed to media that his diagnosis came as a shock as he had been getting tested for around a month on his pancreas and was told that a mass growth found was benign.

Bushwick says that he has been keeping his diagnosis private, in the beginning, while only telling family members and not sharing it with his fellow Geto Boys founding members Scarface and Willie D.

Bushwick revealed that he’s not afraid of dying but is going to continue to keep fighting even though he is not afraid of death.

The legendary rapper also revealed that his pancreatic cancer will not stop him from life or his music.

He is currently working on three albums at the time and also has a plan in place for his children in case he loses his cancer battle.

The rapper reveals much more in his video interview with TMZ.

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