Who was GI Joe OMG? Crenshaw Rapper Dies at the Age of 33

Who was GI Joe OMG? Crenshaw Rapper Dies at the Age of 33 ...

GI Joe OMG, a 33-year-old Rapper, died on September 20 at the age of 33. He was well-known for his work with Nipsey Hussle and J. Stone. The cause of his death has not yet been determined, but inquiries into the circumstances are ongoing.

Joe worked with a number of big names, including Snoop Dogg, The Game, YG, and Kendrick Lamar. The loss of his father has come as a major shock to the hip-hop music industry.

On Tuesday, GI Joe OMG passed away.

Rebecca Kinchen, the rapper's publicist, has confirmed his death, saying that they do not yet know what happened to him. "We literally have no clue what happened. He was discovered dead and we are waiting for the coroner's findings to find out more."

Rebecca has revealed that certain internet reports alleging that Joe died in a car accident or a shooting are incorrect. "If there is anything we want to say about this guy, it's that he was an amazing, solid guy who always put his family first," she said.

Fans Pay a Tribute to the Artist

Fans have flooded social media with condolences and tributes to the rapper since the news of Joe's death emerged. "You will be missed Gi Joe OMG. Thank you for your music that gave me peace." said a fan.

Another fan expressed surprise at the rapper's death and said, "In disbelief of all these "RIP GI JOE" rumors, I hope it doesn't sound true, bro is one of my favorite artists and a real cool guy."

“Gi Joe, you should have a seat.” Another fan responded, “If y’all ain't hip to GI Joe, OMG, you missed out.”

GI Joe OMG released a number of singles during his career.

The rapper was well-known for his work with Nipsey Hussle, on which he collaborated on several tracks, including No Pressure, They Know, and Hussle & Motivate. He also released a number of singles individually, including All I Know, Ride or Die, and One Way Out. He also performed at several iconic venues, including The House of Blues, Conga Room, and Club Nokia.

Joe said in an interview about his musical journey, "I want to inspire people that come from where I come from. I feel like a lot of artists who come from the hood glorify all the wrong things. They make it appear cool to be on drugs and in prison and all this other stuff."

GI Joe OMG is survived by his parents, two children, and six siblings. Our sincerest condolences to the family of the deceased rapper. Stay tuned for further information and updates.

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