Magnolia Shorty (1982 – December 20, 2010), born Renetta Lowe, was an American rapper in the New Orleans-based bounce music scene. She and Ms. Tee (Trishell Williams) were the first women signed to Cash Money Records. Her 1997 debut album Monkey on the Dick (often stylized Monkey On Tha D$ck) is considered a bounce classic, and she "was already considered a legend of bounce music" at the time of her death. Offbeat said the album exemplifies "the eccentric New Orleans elements of sexuality, comedy and hard edged dance rhythms." She was shot and killed in a car with Jerome Hampton in a double homicide in New Orleans. Police described the crime as a drive-by shooting.
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