‘Helps with the grieving’: Musicians and relatives take to the streets to honor slain Brooklyn DJ

Led by a truck blasting music, fellow musicians and relatives took to the streets of Brooklyn on Sunday to honor Jomo “DJ Trouble” Glasgow and protest the gun violence that took his life.

Glasgow, 35, was fatally shot in the chest on his way to his car while attending a house party on E. 49th Street near Church Ave. in East Flatbush early on June 17. Relatives say he was trying to break up an argument between two men.

“He loved to make people happy, and he did that through his music,” said his mother, Hazel Thomas, who held a banner with her son’s name on it as she marched down Church Ave. in Flatbush.

Fellow musicians and family members marched down Church Avenue Sunday, June 28, to honor slain Brooklyn DJ Jomo “DJ Trouble” Glasgow. Led by a truck blasting music, fellow musicians and relatives took to the streets of Brooklyn on Sunday to honor Jomo “DJ Trouble” Glasgow and protest the gun […]

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