i shed a lot of tears during this, but that's exactly what i expected to happen. gus was one of the most sincere, relateable and authentic artists i ever had the pleasure of connecting with through music. 'everybody's everything' gives insight into his creative process, inner turmoil, and personal relationships. i loved the letter readings from his grandfather, john womack jr., who is a super cool leftist historian that undoubtedly influenced gus's outlook on life.
I loved seeing the parts of his life and relationship he had with his grandfather.. I hated hearing people walked by an overdosed body that could have been saved for over 4 hrs without helping someone who had helped them so much.. at best they all should have manslaughter charges. Gus/Peep was a beautiful soul very much being used by the beggers riding his wave and he seemed to wana try and do for them.. no other words except we miss you Gus..and and we appreciated your music and your spirit.
Lil Peep changed the landscape of music forever in his short period of time he was here and his legacy and energy will never die. Gus ran circles around everyone and every genre of music and still does. The documentary was great and I really enjoyed it, but it is still extremely hard to believe he is not with us anymore. RIP Peep