R5 Homixide – who lived in Atlanta – has died at the age of 22. The cause of the death of the young artist is not known.
American rapper R5 Homixide has passed away.
The assassin’s maker – real name Rashad Daoudi – died at the age of 22 on Monday, his friends confirmed on social media.
The Problem Baby 5 rapper posted a photo of the pair with the caption: “Who’s Gone Watch My Back Now. Take Me Twin With You” along with a set of broken heart emojis.
Money Game Boo praised Homixide, saying “your heart was as big as this world” and describing the young artist as “amazing.”
It was not confirmed how the musician died.
R5 has yet to sign a record deal but has attracted attention and praise with his song Lion Heart which he released in July 2021.
Its latest release, Chrome Heart, was released in August 2021 and has garnered less than 60k views on Youtube.
R5 grew up in Atlanta and dropped his debut album, Gvnganati 3, in March of last year.
The rapper’s family has not yet made a statement about his death, which has not yet been officially confirmed.
While appearing on YouTube on Lalaa Land, hosted by Lalaa Shepard, in June of this year, R5 opened up about moving into music from “streets.”
It was also said that he was a good friend of rapper Playboi Carti and fans shared their condolences.
One wrote: “Damn it, brother, my card lost another one.”
While another commented: “Prayers for his family and my card.”
In the rapper final Instagram The post was full of comments asking him to “rest in a piece”.
One fan commented with a broken heart emoji: “Fuck,” while another commented: “RIP.”
His other music video posts have promoted his new single Chrome Heart.
It appears that R5’s first post on his Instagram profile pays tribute to a friend who passed away while sharing a photo of the two of them.
He wrote: “Foreva with me I love you I hate it you had to go out like dis bra We had a good day braa I’m sorry brudda yun you deserve dis Never did anything to anyone I just wanted money I should have been on the outside with u How da hell sleep through all the dime shots.”