Atlanta rapper Bankroll Fresh was killed back in March, and the Atlanta hip-hop community is still mourning the fallen 28-year old.

One of Fresh's final appearances was on the remix single for "Regular" by FHB; and for the video, friends, family and associates got together for some scenes in Fresh's old neighborhood. And everyone in attendance was there for Bankroll Fresh.

"Bankroll is still living, man," said Dro. "We still gettin' money."

"We're here to show love and honor and let you all know that he's a legend," said the rapper's mother.

Fresh, born Trentavious White, was shot while inside the Street Execs Studio. Police says over 50 shell casing was found inside and outside of the recording studio.

Jeezy also recently paid homage to the late rapper in his “All That" video. The visual features members of Fresh’s company Street Money Worldwide including Fresh’s nephew Bankroll PJ.

The Jeezy clip is pretty much a celebration of Bankroll Fresh’s life as kids dance to the D. Rich-produced banger in the rain while munching on Hot Cheetos. The Snowman, dressed in all-black including a matching camo jacket, spits his rhymes with hundreds of dudes mean-mugging for the camera.

Check out FHB's video for "Regular" below and enjoy some of the positive vibes from those who loved and respected Bankroll Fresh in the video above.



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