Tyran "Tah Tah" Moore, 32, was discovered dead.(funeral, obituary and cause of death)



Tyran Moore, Jamaican-American rapper Sandra Denton, has died, according to reports. He was 32 years old at the time. Moore was discovered dead, according to unconfirmed reports. Tyran Moore is a member of the Growing Up Hip Hop cast. Sandra Denton, also known as Pepa, is a Salt-N-Pepa member.

On social media, Alprentice D. E. Davis Sr. of Washington, D.C., wrote, "RIP to one of the realest to ever do it." "Tah Tah was one of the smallest dudes on the block when they were kids, but he had the most heart." Ask anyone in Queens or Brooklyn about Certified G. "Tah Tah," 105th and Inwood St., South Jamaica legend." Davis, Alprentice D. E. wrote.

Tyran Moore (Tah Tah) The family will release the obituary and funeral arrangements.

Sandra Denton: Who Is She?

Sandra Jacqueline Denton is a Jamaican-American rapper and actress better known by her stage name Pepa or Pep. She is best known as a member of the female rap group Salt-N-Pepa. Pepa was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and grew up in the United States. Denton appeared in The Salt-N-Pepa Show, a reality television series that aired on the VH1 network in 2008 and focused on the group's reformation.

Denton was engaged to Prince Markie Dee during the middle of the 1980s. On July 6, 1990, Denton gave birth to her first child, a son. She had a child with New York rapper. 

Denton married Treach, whose real name is Anthony Criss, of the rap duo Naughty by Nature, on April 2, 1999, at a tattoo parlor in Kansas City, after seven years of on-and-off dating. Anthony Criss is Treach's real name. They invited family and friends to their home in Morristown, New Jersey, for the wedding ceremony on July 24, 1999. Denton and Treach have only one child, Egypt Jahnari Criss. Following allegations that Treach had physically abused his wife, their divorce was finalized in 2001.

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