The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner said that YSL rapper Lil Keed died of eosinophilia after he died at age 24 in May.
Cancer.gov says that eosinophilia is a rare condition in which the number of eosinophils, a type of white blood cell, is very high.
TMZ said that Lil Keed told his friends that he had stomach pains in the days before he died. He was finally taken to the hospital one night because the pain was so bad. There were reports that his liver and kidney were starting to fail, and he had a seizure on the way there. The young rapper died a few hours later.
According to People, the coroner’s report says, “He had been sick in bed for four days, complaining of stomach and back pains.” “His brother saw the deceased’s eyes were yellow and drove him to the hospital in a private car.”
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The Atlanta-born rapper was one of seven kids, and his brother was also a rapper named LilGotit. After Keed’s death in the spring, LilGotit posted about it on Instagram. “Can’t believe I saw you die today, bro. I did all my crying. I know what you want me to do, and that’s going hard for Mama, Daddy, and Our Brothers Naychur and Whiteboy,” Gotit wrote in a post with a photo of the three brothers.
Keed’s family hasn’t said anything about the reported cause of death in public yet.
In 2018, Keed signed with Young Thug’s label, YSL, which is part of 300 Entertainment. The rapper put out two albums on the label. One of them, “Nameless,” reached No. 42 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. Long Live Mexico, Keed’s 2019 debut album, was praised by critics and went as high as No. 26 on the Billboard 200. He was also on Young Thug’s Slime Language 2 album, which was the best-selling album of 2021, according to the Billboard 200.
May 2022 was a bad month for the YSL crew. Just days before Keed died, Young Thug and rapper Gunna were arrested. Keed was not on the list of people who were charged.
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