Lil Yase has died aged 25 (Image: @lilyase)
US rapper Lil Yase has died on the age of 25.
The musician, actual identify Mark Antonyyo Alexander, was reportedly shot useless on Saturday morning nevertheless the circumstances surrounding his dying are presently unknown.
In accordance with TMZ, Lil Yase was at a recording studio with pals in Marin County, near San Francisco, California on Friday evening.
At round 11:30pm, the rapper excused himself from the group and mentioned he would return shortly. His pals then heard that he had been shot useless within the East Bay round an hour and a half later.
East Bay is round an hour away from the recording studio and Lil Yase’s pals are mentioned to be confused as to what occurred. The rapper reportedly wasn’t concerned in any feuds and as an alternative centered on his music and selling his document label Freeway 420 Productions in addition to gaming.
Hours earlier than his dying, Lil Yase had posted a photograph of himself standing on a staircase with a drink in hand and the caption: ‘If my n**** trippin den I’m trippin it’s up wit UNK?? #HappyThanksGivin.’
Native police are but to touch upon the incident.
Tributes have poured in for the rapper with one pal commenting on Instagram: ‘Rip yase we was speaking final evening Ionno what went flawed however I ship mine.’
‘All the time confirmed love relaxation straightforward,’ one other mentioned.
One fan tweeted: ‘RIP Lil Yase. “Pull Up” with Drakeo was a real Bay to LA traditional, one of many first to essentially set off the following wave of West Coast rap. One other tragedy in a 12 months stuffed with little else.’
Celebrating his musical expertise, one other mentioned: ‘RIP Lil Yase From the Block Too Alot… the entire album’s loopy, instantaneous Bay traditional for certain!’
Lil Yase, who hailed from Sunnydale, California, rose to fame in 2015 with the one Get It During which was adopted by an equally standard remix.
The rapper went on to launch tracks resembling No Diss, Demon, What You Imply, Yeah Yeah, Furl, Bum B**** and Mad, Workin.
He additionally collaborated with artists resembling Yalla, A.B. Milli, Money Kidd, G-Val, That Boy Tyson, Stunna June, IamSu!, Shoreline Mafia.