Lil Loaded Dies At 20

Dallas rapper Lil Loaded died at the age of 20.


Lil Loaded’s lawyer Ashkan Mehryari (real name Dashawn Robertson) confirmed that the rapper was emailed to Billboard on Monday night (May 31). He said that death was the result of suicide.


Lil Loaded is famous for the viral track “6locc 6a6y”, which arrived in 2019 and received gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) last week. He released his latest music through Epic Records. On May 27, 5444, he wrote in his last post on Instagram that he was
“the best fan base in the world”. At that time, he proudly shared the news about the “6locc 6a6y” gold certification. In, in 2020, Robertson was arrested for murder in connection with the shooting of 18-year-old Khalil Walker.


According to a report in the Dallas Morning News, in February, he was charged with an understatement of unintentional homicide. At that time, his lawyer told the local news media that the two were friends and that the incident “not involved malice.”

Lil Loaded Net Worth At The Time Of His Death May Surprise You


Robertson was born in San Bernardino, California, and moved to Dallas as a child. He has been listening to Michael Jackson’s music since he was a child-“For me, he started the whole rap/singing process. That was my original intention. In an interview with XXL and Lyfe Jennings in 2019, he said that he was also inspired by artists like Lil Wayne, The Game, Chief Keef, Snoop Dogg, Rich Homie Quan, and Tupac.
He started to rap at the age of 18. . Before the success of “6locc 6a6y” – as of May 31st, his official YouTube video has been viewed almost 29 million times – he put the first song “BOS”, which is “Butter Pecan” by YNW Melly.


Robertson’s latest release is his music video with the theme “Hard Times” which is a feat by Hotboii which is the theme of Criptape in 2020.

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