YSL Rapper, Lil Keed, Suddenly Passes away at 24 Years of Age

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Lil Keed, who was signed to Young Thug‘s record label as well as 300 Entertainment, has reportedly passed away. He was only 24 years old.

The news of Keed’s sudden passing broke on the Internet on late Friday, May 13, but very little is known about the circumstances. RapTV tweeted, “Lil Keed has reportedly passed away at age 24. Sending prayers & condolences to everyone involved.”


While it has not been confirmed by the authorities or Keed’s family, tributes have poured in on social media, with one lamenting, “This s**t is so sad.” Another shocked fan wrote, “Ain’t no way bruh…” A third added, “rip lil keed … wtf can’t believe I’m seeing dis r. im sick to my stomach. My brudda was a good hearted n***a fr.”

“My baby I’m sorry this S**t so hard I can’t deal with this s**t man … this pain running too deep,” Akbar V wrote. Kayla B also sent her condolences as tweeting, “Damn RIP LIL KEED Praying for YSL.”


Meanwhile, Thug and Gunna have been arrested as they are among 28 men associated with YSL who are charged in a 56-count Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) indictment. Thugger was arrested on Monday, May 9 at a Buckhead mansion after the home where he was at was raided, while Gunna turned himself in to police on Wednesday, May 11.

He was born on March 16, 1998, in Atlanta Georgia. His real name is Raqhid Jevon Render, and he died at the age of 24 in February. He was the youngest child of his parents’ seven children. They were 6 brothers and had one sister. He was known as the rapper of childhood because he started his professional singing career at a very young age. In 2018 he released his first single and a mixtape titled Trapped on Cleveland 2.

DJ Akademiks speaks on his passing in the video below.

Several of his songs racked up views in the millions on YouTube – including 2018’s “Nameless,” which has more than 33 million views, 2019’s “Snake,” which amassed more than 12 million and 2018’s “Fetish (Remix)” which featured Young Thug and got more than 10 million.