Tedashii recently opened up about finding strength and redemption in the Bible after the tragic death of his son.
Last year, the acclaimed rapper, who is also a member of Christian hip-hop troupe The 116 Clique, was left wounded and broken following the accidental death of his one-year-old son.
Initially, the tragedy placed strain on his marriage and led him to substance abuse; however, in time, the Houston, TX., native redeemed himself by returning to his faith. He chose to relinquish his pain to Christ to begin his healing process and the journey inspired his latest album “Below Paradise.”
Back in March 2013, Tedashii Anderson, affectionately nicknamed T-dot, was on his way home after an event and his life would never be the same.
After landing in Dallas, the talented hip hop artist, renowned for his deep voice and gentle spirit, received a phone call that shattered his world and forever changed his life.
“I get a phone call on the plane and it was my wife letting me know what happened – my 1-year-old son had passed away. That weekend he was sick [but] seemed to be getting better … it sort of all came out of the blue,” Tedashii told the Christian Post exclusively.
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