Deajay Freddy Obituary – As soon as we learned that a well-respected member of the Raleigh-Durham community had passed away, a profound feeling of sadness entered each and every one of our hearts. Throughout the course of our extensive discussions, we would frequently check in with one another, engage in some light chat, talk about various ways in which the company could be improved, and even seek advice from one another.
The fact that the man got the call this morning came as a complete and unexpected shock to him. He had not been expecting it at all. You can finally relax, brother, because this trauma is finally done and you don’t have anything else to worry about. Please accept my deepest condolences, not just on behalf of myself but also on behalf of the entire African and Caribbean community, which you have had such a significant impact and influence on.
DeaJay Freddy, thank you for all that you’ve done for us. My heart goes out to you and your family, and in particular to your children. I will miss seeing your face every day. If it were not for the ideas that you and Andre André Faro Boss bring to the table, the Farotage Nation Lounge would not be the same place that it is now. The lounge would look very different if those concepts were not implemented.
I believe that too much time was wasted far too rapidly. Because DJ Freddy brought so much love and happiness into our lives, it is really difficult for me to sit down and write anything at all right now. I am unable to complete this task, which is made much more challenging by the fact that I am crying at the same time. I just can’t. RIP King DJ Freddy