American rapper, Raqhid Render, popularly often known as Lil Keed has died at 24, as confirmed by his brother, Semaja Render, who can also be a rapper that goes by the stage title, Lil Gotit.
Sharing an image of himself and his brother on his Instagram web page, Lil Gotit, who, expressed disbelief and disappointment over Lil Keed’s dying, wrote: “I can’t consider I seen you die at this time bro. I did all my cries. I do know what you need me to do and that’s go exhausting for Mama, Daddy, our brothers, Naychur and Whiteboy #ImaHoldthisShitDown.”
He had earlier shared an Instagram story put up the place her tagged Lil Keed, saying, “Why bro, why u go away me bro,” adopted by many crying emojis.
Mirror UK reported that the rapper left behind a daughter, named Naychur.
The fast-rising late rapper, who hailed from Atlanta, has launched quite a lot of albums, singles, and mixtapes.
He was featured in Future’s music Undefeated.
On Lil Keed’s final album, Trapped on Cleveland 3, launched in 2020, he collaborated with different artistes like Travis Scott, Younger Thug and Chris Brown.
The rapper, who was the youngest of seven youngsters, was signed underneath Younger Thug’s file label, YSL (Younger Stoner Life).