T.R.O.Y.: 10 Deaths From Urban Movies We’re Still Not Over

By: 04.11.13  •  73 Comments

Words By Preezy Da Kid | @PreezyDaKid

Death, unfortunately, is just a way of life. Life often imitates art, so at times we can become engaged with and even attached to a movie character’s story, celebrating the high points, while also feeling the pain of the lows much like the characters themselves.

When one of our big screen heroes die, we can’t help but feel the kind of pain and sorrow usually reserved for a member of your family. Here, we highlight 10 of the most gripping deaths that we have witnessed thus far in of urban film history. This experience may be a little traumatic for some but don’t worry, TSS happens to have a few psychiatrists on speed dial if you need to cope.

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