RAPPER Young Slo-Be, who was best known for his TikTok famous track I Love You (Do You Love Me Baby), has reportedly passed away.
The star, whose real name is Disean Jaquae Victor, is said to have been shot and killed in California on Friday morning.
A media group the rapper worked with confirmed his death to The US Sun, saying, “This senseless act of violence has ripped a man out of his family and left a huge void in the West Coast music community.”
Slo-Be had recently released his single I Love You, which has been viewed over a million times on YouTube.
Following reports of his death, fans rushed to social media to share their condolences to the young talent.
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Thrizzler on the Roof places tribute
Thrizzler on the Roof, the record label Slo-Be collaborated with, has posted a tribute to the young rapper on Twitter.
The company said it was an “honour” to work with him and they are “sad to say goodbye”.
Slo-Be suffered multiple gunshot wounds
According to authorities, Slo-Be was found with three gunshot wounds to the chest.
SNBC reports that he was found at 1:13 a.m. and transported to the University of Chicago Medical Center.
Death ruled a murder
According to SNBC, authorities consider the rapper’s death a murder.
The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been announced so far.
Rep confirms his death
An operations manager for Slo-Be’s label, “Thizzler on the Roof,” has confirmed Slo-Be’s passing to The Sun.
The representative had stated, “This senseless act of violence has taken a man out of his family and left a huge void in the West Coast music community.”
Slo-Be talked about Drakeo before he died
In an interview with Passion Weiss, Slo-Be spoke about one of his sources of inspiration, Drakeo who had recently passed away.
He said he met him at the video shoot for “Unforgivable,” but they had spoken before making music.
An interview was published the day Slo-Be died
The rapper gave an interview to Passion Weiss the day he died.
With the publication he talked about his upbringing and his music.