Jaelyn “JaeRene” Chapman, 19, was self-proclaimed Houston’s “R&B Princess,” in response to her publicist.
HOUSTON — A younger, gifted Houston teenager by the identify of Jaelyn “JaeRene” Chapman has been recognized because the harmless girl who was killed in the wrong-way crash on the Westpark Tollway Wednesday.
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Chapman, 19, was an up-and-coming R&B singer who was self-proclaimed Houston’s “R&B Princess,” in response to her publicist.
She was featured on a extremely popular Houston music, “H-Town For Real (Remix)”, which featured Houston rap legends Kiotti, Paul Wall, Lil Flip and ZRo.
Chapman was killed by a suspected intoxicated driver who has been recognized as 32-year-old Bobby James Brown. Four others, together with Brown, had been injured in this crash.
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Investigators imagine Brown was going in the improper course for at the very least two or three miles earlier than crashing head-on with the opposite car that Chapman and the three others had been in.
There has been a GoFundMe page set up for Chapman. The web page shed some gentle on the kind of particular person Chapman was and what she contributed to society the quick time she was right here.
“At the tender age of 19 years old, JaeRene had already blessed the world with her angelic voice, being recognized across the globe for her melodic tones and impeccable talent at such a young age. Her bubbly and loving personality was infectious and drew people close to her wherever she went.,” the web page reads.
If you want to donate to Chapman’s GoFundMe, click here.