702, died on Saturday (September 17) the age of 43.Grinstead’s sister and fellow bandmember LeMisha Grinstead confirmed the news of her death in a statement on social media, citing a “long battle” of ill health.“It is with great sadness that I have to let you know that my beautiful sister and friend has passed away this evening,” LeMisha’s statement read.“She has had a long battle and she is finally at peace.
That girl was as bright as the stars! She was not only beautiful on the outside, but also within. Sharing the stage with her was a joy I will cherish for the rest of my life!
We, the family ask for prayers and respect for our privacy as we grieve an outstanding loss to our family.”702 had a hit in 1999 with ‘Where My Girls At’, which was the first single off their second album ‘702’.
Missy Elliott wrote and co-produced the song, revealing that she’d originally intended it for TLC. “I wanted it to be a Main chick anthem 4 the side chicks,” she wrote, adding, “it’s still a BOP”.This song I wrote called #WhereMyGirlsAt for the group #702 I produced with my boys Eric & Rapture.Read more on nme.com