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Rapper Lil Loaded left a farewell message on Instagram before his death

Rapper Lil Loaded left a farewell message on Instagram before his death

The artist left a disturbing message on his social media sites before confirming his death this afternoon

Lil Lodd, a Dallas rapper who contracted the “6locc 6a6y” virus in the summer of 2019, died on Monday (31). The Dallas County Forensic Office confirmed that the 20-year-old man, whose legal name was Dashawn Robertson, had died on Monday. The cause and form of death have not been determined.

Robertson signed a contract with Epic Records after the “6locc 6a6y” movie went viral, garnering more than 25 million views on YouTube. The song was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America last week, and Robertson wrote in an Instagram post about certifying that he has “the most amazing fan base on the planet.”

In his last post on Instagram Stories, Loaded left a kind of farewell message loaded with spirituality and addressed to God. Among other things, the rapper said: “I ask to enter your kingdom. Despite all my faults, I know that you love all your children and I am ready for my heart and soul to join you.”

Robertson’s lawyer, Ashkan Mehriari, said his client’s death was “extremely tragic” and that he did not expect it. Mehriari said the brand believes strongly in Lil Loaded and is investing heavily in its success. He said, “He had a wonderful and promising musical career ahead of him.”

Stanley Japart, whose production company worked with the rapper brand, said that the death of such a talented and cheerful young man was a shock. β€œThat kid was amazing,” he said, adding that he loved watching the rapper make music. “He was struggling with some things that we would like to know, and I would like to intervene to reach a different result,” Gabbart said.

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Loudd was arrested last year for premeditated murder in connection with the murder of his close friend Khalil Walker, 18. He was charged with manslaughter in February, and his lawyer said at the time that there was no malice in the incident.

Court records show that Robertson, who was released on bail, had a scheduled hearing on Tuesday. Al-Mahriari said that the hearing was only a warning and that he did not burden his client.

Check the uploaded message below: