Rapper Lil Yase, 25, allegedly shot dead in East Bay, grieving fans say 'we are ready for 2020 to end already'

People close to the rapper are shocked because, as reported by TMZ, he has had no known enemies and had done nothing they can imagine that would lead to something like this


                            Rapper Lil Yase, 25, allegedly shot dead in East Bay, grieving fans say 'we are ready for 2020 to end already'
Lil Yase (THEOFFICIALYASEPAGE/YouTube)

Rapper Lil Yase, 25, was allegedly shot dead this weekend, and the reason behind it has not been ascertained yet, TMZ reported. Sources close to Yase have informed TMZ that the artiste was allegedly shot early on Saturday, November 28. His body was found near section of the East Bay, miles away from where he was last seen.

Sources even told TMZ that he was hanging out with his crew late Friday, November 27, night at a recording studio in Marin County — slightly north of San Francisco. At one point, he left alone, 11.30 or midnight, telling his friends that he'll be right back. TMZ claims that they got the information that about an hour and a half later, it was informed that Yase had been shot dead somewhere in the East Bay.

People close to the rapper are shocked because, as reported by TMZ, he has had no known enemies and had done nothing they can imagine that would lead to something like this. TMZ sources said Yase might've played tough in his music, but in reality all he was really about was rapping, promoting his label (Highway 420 Productions) and labelmates, and gaming. He had no problem with anyone anywhere, TMZ was informed.

The rapper started releasing music when he was around 18, but he gained prominence with his single ‘Get It In’ in 2015 — which he went on to create a remix of and that got even more national attention the following year, reports TMZ. He released a string of hits that got significant views on YouTube over the years — including songs like ‘No Diss’, ‘Demon’, ‘What You Mean’, ‘Yeah Yeah’, among others. According to TMZ, he had collaborated with artistes such as Yalla, AB Milli, Cash Kidd, G-Val, That Boy Tyson, Stunna June, IamSu!, Shoreline Mafia and other musicians. TMZ has reached out to Alameda County to confirm about Yase's body being in their possession, and if any suspects have been held – they haven’t replied yet.

People on Twitter were discussing the news as well. One said, “Rest In Peace Lil Yase, A real trendsetter in the Bay Area and was on a NorCal Classic “Get it in”, among other successful singles. We are ready for 2020 to end already.” Another said, “I’ll never forget 2015/2016 days, Lil yase was on repeat all freshman year.” A user said, “I prayed for him. God bless you, Lil Yase, and all of your love ones.” Another commented, “Bro can’t believe the news about Lil Yase... 2020 has been hell man. It has taken so many of our loved ones.” A user said, “When someone you know passes away, you know that feeling when they don’t text back. It feels like we just spoke the other day. Thank you for the love you showed me. Wish we could’ve shown what we had in the vault. F**K 2020.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

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