The Dallas Lil Loaded, the rapper behind 2019 viral summer hit “6locc 6a6y,” has passed on at the age of twenty. The Dallas County clinical inspector’s office affirmed Monday to USA TODAY that the young rapper, whose lawful name was Dashawn Robertson, had kicked the bucket. Authorities didn’t uncover the reason for his demise. Ashkan Mehryari, a lawyer for the rapper, disclosed to USA TODAY the reason for death was self-destruction. “Tragically, I am ready to affirm Mr. Robertson died today,” Mehryari wrote in an articulation. 

Lil Loaded demise after “6locc 6a6y” comes seven days was confirmed on May 25 by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). “6LOCC 6A6Y Certified Gold Who Runnin dis (interjection) like me dopest fanbase on earth,” Lil composed on Instagram at that point. The music video for the melody has amassed almost 29 million viewers on YouTube. The rapper’s subsequent single in October 2019, “Posse Unit,” turned into a much greater hit with more than 39 million YouTube viewers. 

The lawyer told the Dallas Morning News that his customer’s demise was “appalling,” adding, “He had an exceptionally brilliant and promising music vocation in front of him.” Lil Loaded was captured a year ago on a homicide accusation identified with the October shooting of his dearest companion, 18-year-old Khalil Walker. 

A post on the late rapper’s Instagram account that very day as the shooting seemed to grieve Walker. As per The Dallas Morning News, it read: “Such a lot of affection fa u they thought we had a similar mother … ima see u soon.”

After Walker’s demise, Lil Loaded took to Instagram to address his capture. “I like you all help. They attempt to make you look blameworthy when you guiltless, not withstanding. We are going to get past this. Tear my sibling love you,” he subtitled the post. 

In March, he was prosecuted on a lesser allegation, one tally of murder. Lil Loaded was planned to show up at a consultation for the case on Tuesday, June 1.

Lil Loaded’s latest collection, “CRIPTAPE,” was delivered in December 2020. 

Lil Loaded worked together with Chicago rapper King Von for the single “Symbol.” The tune’s music video has more than 6 million perspectives on YouTube. Ruler Von kicked the bucket in November during an Atlanta club shooting. He was 26.

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