American Musician, John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher Is Dead


John “Ecstasy” Fletcher, rapper and founding member of the pioneering hip-hop group Whodini, has died at the age of 56.

American musician and music journalist, Questlove, on Wednesday night, December 23, announced the death of John “Ecstasy” Fletcher from the pioneering hip-hop group Whodini.

Confirming his death in a statement, his family said:

The African and Native American ancestors have gathered around and chosen this day, during the Winter Solstice, Dec 23rd, 2020 to call upon a most endeared, generous, and sincere soul who graced The World’s heart through performance, hip-hop, family, children and grandchildren.

John “Ecstasy” Fletcher was a beloved man, the life partner to Deltonia and ex-husband to Carla, twin brother to Joseph,artist, friend, and lifetime performing partner to the Legendary Jalil of Whodini.

Whodini set a Hip Hop course of legendary status that we are all sure to pass on to our grandchildren.

Please send love and prayers to our family, and with open hearts we ask the ancestors to cover his soul in peace and tranquility. Play his music if it moves you, and know he’ll be hearing you on his way home this day, Dec 23rd.”

Cards and letters can be sent to:

3799 Main Street P.O. Box 87176

College Park, GA 30337

Sincerely, The Family of John “Ecstacy” Fletcher

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