Rapper Big Scarr Cause Of Death – How Did He Die? He was only 22.

Memphis rapper Big Scarr has died at the age of 22. Fellow musician Gucci Mane has confirmed his death news on social media.

The Rapper, whose real name was Alexander Woods, was part of Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records, and rumors first circulated of his death on Thursday evening.

The Shade Room initially reported his death in a touching Instagram post, uploading a pic of the musician before adding: “Our thoughts are with his loved ones at this time.”

Gucci Mane then seemed to confirm the rumors in a heartfelt post of his own. He shared a trio of images of the young star – two of which he was performing – and wrote: “This hurt. I miss you @bigscarr.”

The circumstances surrounding the Memphis rapper’s death are scarce at the moment. No confirmation has come from police or local news outlets.

According to one of Scarr’s last Instagram posts, he was set to go on tour with Key Glock, also a rapper from Memphis, as part of his “Glockoma Tour 2023.”

Big Scarr made his commercial debut on The New 1017 compilation album Gucci Mane Presents. In July 2020 with “SoIcyBoyz” alongside labelmates Pooh Shiesty and Foogiano, the solo track “Make A Play.”

Scarr held the distinction of being one of only three artists to appear on a track alone across the entire project.

Big Grim Reaper also earned the newcomer his first Gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and set the tone for accolades to come in 2022.

Big Scarr Cause Of Death

The cause of Scarr’s death is currently unknown, and no confirmation has been given from his family, police or local news.

Big Scarr landed a spot in the coveted 2022 XXL Freshman Class, thanks to the support of fans who voted for him to be the list’s 10th featured artist.

How Did Big Scarr Die?

Police investigate to clear his cause of death. We are also working to find out his death cause. When we get the news we will update it soon.

In November, Big Scarr announced that he was scheduled to appear at Rolling Lound LA in March, which would have marked his second time performing at the traveling festival after having hit the stage at Rolling Loud New York in September.

Earlier this month, he announced his first national tour, opening for Key Glock on his Glockoma Tour, which is set to kick off on March 5.

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