According to reports, Sandra Denton’s rapper Tyran Moore, a Jamaican-American, has passed away. His age at the time was 32. A cast member of Growing Up Hip Hop is Tyran Moore. Pepa, also known as Sandra Denton, is a member of Salt-N-Pepa. Tyran Moore (Tah Tah) The funeral plans and obituary will be made public by the family.
Therefore, the precise cause of death is not yet known. His departure has affected everyone’s friends and family, who have sent tributes, condolences, and prayers in her honour.
“RIP to one of the most real ever to do it,” commented Washington, D.C. resident Alprentice D. E. Davis Sr. on social media. When they were kids, Tah Tah was one of the shortest guys on the street, but he had the most heart. Anyone in Brooklyn or Queens will know about Certified G. 105th and Inwood Street’s “Tah Tah,” South Jamaican folklore. Davis wrote, Apprentice D. E.
Rapper and actress Sandra Jacqueline Denton, better known by her stage name Pepa or Pep, is of Jamaican descent. She first met Cheryl “Salt” James in 1985 while nursing at Queens Borough College. They started rapping in unison. They created Salt-N-Pepa in 1986. Sandra and Cheryl both made their debuts on the album “Hot, Cool, & Vicious” that year.
Spinderella began working with Salt-N-Pepa in 1988 as their D.J. Sandra, Cheryl, and “Dee Dee” released their second album, “A Salt with a Deadly Pepa,” 1988. Tyran, Sandra’s first child, was born in 1990. She later appeared as a guest on Ricki Lake (1992), advising teenagers on the duties of being a teenage mother.
The Salt-N-Pepa show, a reality television programme about the band’s reformation that aired on the VH1 network in 2008 had Denton as a guest star.
Sandra works as a rapper in the entertainment industry, earning significant money and gaining a reputation. Her estimated current net worth is $15 million, according to some online estimates. On the other side, she has not yet made public any of her assets or earnings. The net worth of his son, Tyran Moore, is unknown.