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Celebs react to Beastie Boy death

The Beastie Boys (Adam Yauch, aka MCA, in the centre).
The Beastie Boys (Adam Yauch, aka MCA, in the centre). Contributed

AN outpouring of grief has emerged from fans, friends and celebrities following the death of Adam Yauch, one third of iconic rap group Beastie Boys.

Yauch, also known as MCA, died after a long battle with cancer. He was 47. Read his full obituary here.

Among those to mourn his passing are rappers Eminem, Jay-Z, Puff Daddy, Nas and Chuck D.

 

Read more at NZ Herald

 

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