The New York City graff community and beyond is mourning the loss of Matthew “ZEXOR” Rodriguez, who passed away Thursday (Dec. 12) in New York. He was 25 years old.
As the son of Brooklyn graffiti legend ASP WTO, Rodriguez was a second generation writer who continued in his father’s footsteps after his murder in 1996, keeping the WTO(We Takin Over) legacy alive. ZEXOR is recognized as a “King” in the NYC graff scene, appearing in the finale of the Swede-based ‘Tags And Throws: Summer In New York” in 2016 and was featured in TheSource.com’s Off The Wall column in 2015.
Rodriguez is survived by his mother Ronelda “Brunie” Rivera and his sone Jason Rodriguez. TheSource.com and The Mind Squad send our sincerest condolences to his family and friends.
Props: CHE x PAPO x WTO x DTF
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