T.I. hat auf Doe Bs Beerdigung eine bewegende Grabrede gehalten. Darin beschreibt er Doe B trotz seines jungen Alters als überaus reif:
"It's very rare that you find somebody at the age of 20 or 21 and you could walk them into a room with a Nelly, or you could walk them into a rom with a Timbaland or Jay Z, and they not lose their cool, they're composed, postured, with the morals, standards, and the principles that were instilled in him from his family, his mom, his dad, grandmama, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles..."
Er sei stets darauf fokussiert gewesen, seine Musik voranzutreiben:
"Over here at Hustle Gang, we have a host of artists. All of them know that I tell them 'listen, your talent is only going to get you so far'. It's the things that you learn, the things that you are able to do outside of the booth that will separate you from the rest. I said the same thing to Glen. He never left the studio... he said 'I'd rather be here than the club, because I know this is going to pay off."
T.I.s Label Grand Hustle sei ein Familienbetrieb und kein reines "entertainment house". Doe Bs harte Arbeit soll deswegen nicht vergebens gewesen sein - sein Vermächtnis soll weiterleben:
"I will never let his life be lived in vain. All of my resources, all of my relationships, all of my efforts, all of my energy will be put forth to make sure that his dream lives on."