American rap artist and Def Squad member Gloria Rodriguez (Hurricane G), who was famous in the 1990s, passed away on November 6, 2022. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was best known for her work.
A native of Puerto Rico, she developed a large residence fan base in the United States throughout her lifetime. She was also the first ever female member of the Hit Squad.
Her 1992 hit Tonight's da Night was brought to light She subsequently became famous for her appearance in 1998's All Woman.
Prior to her song debut, she collaborated with Redman on Dare Iz a Darkside and also worked with Xzibit on the track At the Speed of Life.
Hurricane G died on November 6, 2022, surrounded by her family. The news of her passing was confirmed shortly thereafter.
However, no cause of death was disclosed that led to Hurricane Maria 's death. The groundbreaking rapper continued to care for her young daughter, Lexus, who wrote that her mother was suffering from lung cancer. My mom has late-stage lung cancer, she wrote.
Critics believed that Hurricane G died of lung cancer as he'd been fighting with the illness for a long time and was near death.