HUNDREDS took the streets for the funeral procession for a ‘murdered’ 24-year-old.

Gee Smith died after an alleged stabbing at a property in Dart Close on November 24.

Sadly, Mr Smith passed away in the early hours of Saturday November 25.

Anthony Wheaton is charged with murdering Mr Smith, and will appear before court on January 2.

In tribute to Gee, Mr Smith’s mum said: “They broke the mould when I gave birth to Gee, he truly was one in a billion. There will never be another like him.

“He would help anyone and everyone who needed his help. Even if it was in the middle of the night and he was asleep, he would be up and out there to help.

“He was devoted to his nieces and nephews. They were his world and he adored them. Many also saw him as a father figure.

“He was full of life and lived life to the max. He was always happy. He loved fast cars, motorbikes, horses and boxing. He recently took part in a boxing match to raise money for a cancer charity. He truly had a heart of gold.

“Since we lost Gee we have spent as much time laughing together about fun and fond memories of him as we have crying at our loss.”

The funeral procession took place from the Gorse Ride estate in Finchampstead past Nine Mile Ride towards the California crossroads, with police escorting the procession and closing roads.

Mr Smith’s memorial service took place at Easthampstead Park crematorium.