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Germantown remembers PnB Rock with memorial gathering

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GERMANTOWN - Friends, family and fans all gathered in Germantown to honor PnB Rock, in a celebration of his life, by the people who knew him from the start. "I love you Rock," yelled the crowd.

Balloons released in Germantown in memory of Philly's own PnB Rock. Hundreds gathered to celebrate his life after it was tragically taken, police say, during a robbery in Los Angeles earlier this week."Rock was my little guy," said Raymond Hunter.

He’s in the PnB squad and grew up with Rock in his neighbor.RELATED HEADLINES:"Everybody on PnB is family. We all grew up here.

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