We spoke to G59’s administration who has confirmed the band has not cut up up. It was taken out of context from some social media posts.
$crim, one half of the $uicideboy$, alongside lifelong working mate Ruby da Cherry posted an ominous message on his Twitter web page, which for all intents and functions, place the group in a holding sample for an indefinite time period. This Tweet ( $crim’s Twitter) which he since deleted, learn the next: “please ship posi vibes to @SuicideChrist he’s in a darkish place and I want your assist getting him out.”
The Tweet is itself, a harrowing reminder of the well-documented hardship each males have confronted. The message places Ruby da Cherry assumed substance points again into the foreground. The group’s probably hiatus comes half-a-month after the discharge of their “studio” debut I Want to Die in New Orleans, put out on Caroline Records at the side of their very own imprint G*59 Records.
Besides the deleted Tweet with have little else to go on relating to Ruby da Cherry’s well-being or the standing of the group, aside from $crim’s up to date bio which reads:
$uicideboy$’ followers have proven up groves on Twitter in response to $crim’s alarmist plea. Their concern isn’t solely with Ruby da Cherry and his well-being however with the prospect of the group breaking apart. Here’s to hoping neither is proving appropriate and Ruby receives the care that’s required for him to impact change, on a private stage.
— rayne ♡ (@raynexheart) September 29, 2018