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On Saturday (May 14), rising Atlanta rapper Lil Keed died at the age of 24. He signed with Young Thug’s Young Stoner Life Records.

Keed’s brother, Lil Gotit, first shared the news of his passing in an Instagram post: “I can’t believe I watched you die today bro. I did all my crying. I know what you want me to do and that’s difficult for Mama Daddy Our”. Naychur and Whiteboy brothers.

Online tributes soon poured in, with friends, collaborators, and fans expressing their condolences for the late rapper.

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“Damn RIP Keed,” Travis Barker wrote on Twitter.

“So talented gone [Too] Soon,” Murda Beatz tweeted.

Keed signed with YSL, a 300 Entertainment imprint, in 2018. He released two projects on the label and worked with artists like Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Uzi Vert, 42 Dugg, and Quavo, among others.

Keed’s death follows the arrests of YSL co-founder Young Thug and rapper Gunna, who were among 28 people indicted in Georgia on conspiracy to violate the state’s RICO law and street gang charges. Keed was not among those named in the indictment.

See the tributes for Keed below.

I need to talk to them 🙌🏾💔

— tydolla.eth (@tydollasign) May 14, 2022

Damn RIP Keed 💔

— Travis Barker (@travisbarker) May 14, 2022

Rip Lil Keed.. So Talented He Gone Too Soon

— MURDA ON THE RHYTHM (@murdabeatz) May 14, 2022

RIP LIL KEED 🙏🏽

– Yung Renzél 👑 (@RickRoss) May 14, 2022

DAMN KEEED I LOVE YOU

— CV Thomas (@lilyachty) May 14, 2022

Damn Keed 😔🤦🏽‍♂️

— WESTSIDEGUNN (@WESTSIDEGUNN) May 14, 2022

RIP Lil Keed and pray for YSL 🕊️🙏🏾

— Rae Sremmurd (@RaeSremmurd) May 14, 2022

damn man rip keed 😢 wtf

— Cole Bennett (@_ColeBennett_) May 14, 2022

RIP Lil Keed 😢 Pray for YSL 🐍

— DOE BEEZY/FREEBANDZ (@DoeBoyOfficial) May 14, 2022

rip lil keed… wtf i can’t believe i’m watching dis rn. I got an stomach ache. my brudda was a good hearted nigga fr

— ❤️‍🔥 (@lilgnar) May 14, 2022

Source: www.billboard.com