Jaime Brugada Valdez Wiki – Jaime Brugada Valdez Biography

Rapper MoneySign Suede has died. He was 22 years old. The musician, whose real name was Jaime Brugada Valdez, was murdered Tuesday in a California prison, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) said in a press release.

Jaime Brugada Valdez Age

The age of Jaime Brugada Valdez was 22 years.

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Jaime Brugada Valdez cause of death

Valdez was found in a housing unit in Soledad, California, around 10 p.m. “with injuries consistent with a homicide,” the CDCR said. Correctional officers found him after he was not found in his cell at approximately 9:55 p.m. The CDCR said staff “initiated life-saving measures” before emergency services transported him to an on-site medical center for treatment, where he was pronounced dead.


The “Back to the Bag” rapper’s attorney, Nicholas Rosenberg, told the Los Angeles Times that he was informed Valdez died from “a stabbing to the neck” in the shower. He also pointed out that the rapper had been attacked in prison before the incident on Tuesday. “People are very surprised,” Rosenberg told the outlet. “He was a very popular guy, very well mannered. People loved him.”

The incident is currently being investigated by the Investigative Services Unit and the Monterey County District Attorney’s office, the CDCR said. In a separate statement provided to the Times, officials said movement in the prison has been limited to aid the investigation.

Valdez was sentenced in Riverside County on December 22, 2022 to two years and eight months in prison for possession/possession of a firearm by a felon or addict as second offender and a concurrent sentence of one year and four months for possession/possession of a firearm with conviction of a violent felony, according to the CDCR. He signed with Atlantic Records in 2021 and released two albums last year: Moneysign Suede and Parkside Baby.Read More……


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