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Pat Stay Biography – Pat Stay Wiki
Pat Stay, real name Patrick Wayne Stay, was a Canadian battle rapper. The Dartmouth, N.S., native was revered for his work in rap battles, where two rappers confront each other in front of an audience using a mixture of boasts, insults and rhymes. Rap battling started out as a hobby for Stay, but turned into a career.
Stay had a large social media following and put out a new track on Friday, September 2, 2022, that rips into The Game – it’s called “The Game DISS.” The track includes brief quotes from Canadian rapper Drake, Method Man and Joe Budden, who all praised Stay’s battle rapping. Drake’s take on his skills was, “Pat Stay’s definitely one of, if not, the best.” The video has already amassed more than 250,000 views on YouTube.
In 2015, Stay won a rap battle put on by hip-hop heavyweight Drake. In a pay-per-view battle at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Toronto, the Dartmouth battle rapper defended his title in King of the Dot’s Blackout 5 against rapper Charron. It was Stay’s third time defending the title and easily his biggest battle at the time.
In addition to the pressure of performing in front of a crowd of roughly 1,500 fans, Blackout 5 was co-presented by Grammy-Award winning rapper Drake and his label, October’s Very Own Sound.
“I’d like to say [having Drake there] didn’t put pressure on me, but of course it did,” Stay told CBC. “I had to come correct and that’s what I did.”
Stay had a lot of respect for Drake.
“He likes me a lot and I like him a lot and we just have a respect for each other. We’re friends and I don’t try and capitalize off of that,” said Stay.
In February 2015, CBC reported: “Later this year, Stay will become a member of rapper Eminem’s reality TV show, Road to Total Slaughter, which will see eight emerging battle rappers compete to co-headline a main event match-up in Eminem’s Total Slaughter Battle Rap League.”
Pat Stay Age
Patrick Wayne Stay was born on 18 February 1986 in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He died on 4 September 2022, in Halifax Regional Municipality, Canada. He was 36 years old.
Pat Stay Wife
Was Pat Stay married? He was married to his wife Malyssa Stay.
Pat Stay Family
Canadian battle rapper Stay and his wife Malyssa have two children, Calvin Royce and Alaura Rielle.
On his son’s 5th birthday, the rapper wrote on Instagram: “Today is my best friends 5th birthday. My real life super hero, Calvin Royce Stay. I really mean it when I say I can never find the words to truly describe how much I love you buddy.
“I adore you, I admire you, you’re a child yet I still look up to you. You are everything I could have ever dreamed of in a son x1000. I am constantly in disbelief with how lucky I am and how special you are. I shed happy tears thinking about it and our special bond, often.”
Pat Stay Death
Canadian rapper Pat Stay passed away on Sunday, September 4, 2022, at age 36 after being stabbed in downtown Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada, according to Halifax Regional Police via TMZ. His brother, Pete Stay, confirmed his death to CBC.
Police said they were called to the 1600 block of Lower Water Street around 12:36 a.m. AT. Stay was taken to hospital, where he later died.
Halifax Regional Police spokesperson Const. John MacLeod did not have any information about what led up to the stabbing or whether there were any witnesses. Police are asking anyone with information about the stabbing to call them at 902-490-5020.
Pat Stay Cause of Death
Stay was the victim of a fatal stabbing in downtown Halifax. According to Halifax Regional Police, an autopsy has determined he was the victim of a homicide.
Rapper Pat Stay Net Worth
Pat Stay’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million.
Pat Stay Height
Rapper Pat Stay was 6 feet 2 inches tall.
Pat Stay Head Tattoo
Rapper Pat Stay had several tattoos on his head and arms. On November 24, 2016, Stay wrote on Twitter: “Today at 1:30 I’m recording my tattoo lazer removal session live on Facebook. If u wanna see a grown man scream, add me Patrick Wayne Stay.”
Pat Stay Instagram
His Instagram is @patstay_902.