- Atlanta-based rapper, Chase Amick, better known as 6 Dogs, is reportedly dead
- The young rapper is said to have passed on at age 21 according to multiple reports
- Fans, colleagues and friends of the rapper took to social media to mourn him
Fast-rising Atlanta-based rapper, Chase Amick, who is popularly known as 6 Dogs, has reportedly passed on.
According to multiple reports, social media was abuzz with news of the rapper’s death on Tuesday, January 26, as tributes poured in.
Daily News reported that the cause of the rapper’s death was still unknown and that his manager was unreachable to share more details. 6 Dogs’ death was however confirmed by fellow rappers who posted about it on social media.
Fellow rapper, Yung Gravy, posted a photo of himself and the late 6 Dogs on his Instagram page and accompanied it with a caption where he prayed for his soul to rest in peace.
According to Gravy, 6 Dogs had inspired him in so many ways and also helped him grow as an artiste.
“RIP Chase :’( inspired me in so many ways and helped me grow as an artist and a person ❤️”
See the post below:
Fans also took to social media to share their tributes to the late rapper and spoke on how much he would be missed. Read what some of them had to say below:
A tweep described him as one of the kindest souls ever.
Another fan reminisced on how he helped him get through hard times.
This is so sad. RIP to the dead.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that former American president, Donald Trump, granted presidential pardon to Death Row Records co-founder, Michael 'Harry-O' Harris, after spending 32 years in jail.
He was reportedly in the can for attempted murder and coc*ine trafficking.
According to reports from REVOLT, the pardon seemed to have been influenced by fellow rapper, Snoop Dogg, who was said to have had private talks with Trump on January 19, to pardon the record label co-founder before leaving office. It appears the discussion worked.
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