Rapper, 25, shot dead leaving studio

Saturday - 28/11/2020 22:38
Rapper Lil Yase found dead in San Francisco. Picture: InstagramSource:Instagram
Rapper Lil Yase found dead in San Francisco. Picture: InstagramSource:Instagram
“Baffled” police are investigating the death of a 25-year-old rapper after he was shot leaving a San Francisco recording studio on Saturday.

Rapper Lil Yase was shot dead after leaving a San Francisco recording studio and his body was found kilometres from where he was last seen.

The fatal shooting of the 25-year-old on Saturday morning – whose real name was Mark Antonyyo Alexander – has not been solved by authorities.

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Rapper Lil Yase was found dead in San Francisco, far from where he was last seen. Picture: Instagram
Rapper Lil Yase was found dead in San Francisco, far from where he was last seen.
Picture: InstagramSource:Instagram

 

Yase’s remains were discovered in the East Bay, kilometres away from where he was last seen at a recording studio in San Francisco, reportedTMZ.

The California rapper reportedly left the Marin County building at around midnight and said he would be right back.

About an hour and a half later, it emerged that he’d been shot dead somewhere in the East Bay.

TMZ cited sources who were left baffled by his killing because Yase had no known enemies in the area.

Insiders said he was purely focused on rapping, promoting his label Highway 420 Productions, and gaming.

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Authorities are reportedly “baffled” by the young hip hop star’s death. Picture: Instagram
Authorities are reportedly “baffled” by the young hip hop star’s death.
Picture: InstagramSource:Instagram

 

Yesterday, Yase shared a photo of himself enjoying the Thanksgiving celebrations on Instagram.

“If my n**** trippin den I’m trippin it’s up wit UNK #HappyThanksGivin,” he captioned the shot.

He started out at just 18 years old using a borrowed iPad to make music videos according to AllMusic.com, before Get It In propelled him to stardom in 2015.

His string of hits included No DissDemonWhat You MeanYeah YeahFurlBum B****MadWorkin among others.
 

Yase released his first mixtape in 2016 entitled From the Block to Alot and worked with rapper G-Val on a collaborative mixtape called What a Time to Grind 2 in 2017.

He released his first album, Sorry for the Heat in December 2019 with his latest record Kobe being released as recently as July 2020.

RIP messages flooded in on his official Instagram page today from the likes of Derek King, Slimmy B., Einer Bankz and director Jeremiah Messiah.

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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