In Loving Memory Of Fredo Santana
Chicago rapper and innovator of the Drill music scene Fredo Santana has passed away. The 27-year-old was found by his girlfriend at his cousin Chief Keef‘s L.A. home. He had been suffering kidney and liver failure since last October. TMZ reports he suffered a fatal seizure. The Hip-Hop community paid tribute to the artist on social media, check it out below.
Fredo is survived by his 8-month old son.
We would like to send our condolences to his friends and family. Rest in peace.
RIP Fredo Santana pic.twitter.com/hrepckC7gW
— Rap Dose (@RapDose) January 20, 2018
— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) January 20, 2018
Let one off in the air for fredo santana !! For life they cudnt stop that man SSR for life CHICAGO for life Chief Keef chop durk Reese Gino sd the whole Chicago what it do joe we living it up joe Chicago joe for life too fredo – Lil B
— Lil B THE BASEDGOD (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) January 20, 2018
Rip to my dawg.
Rest up easy love you bro pic.twitter.com/CeZV7A4O52
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) January 20, 2018
Fredo , God Bless ya life. God be with you. Infinite prayers for you and your family . Rest well young brother 💯🙏🏿
— Wale (@Wale) January 20, 2018
Nah not my nigga fredo
— TM88 (@TM88) January 20, 2018
— BADMON (@joeyBADASS) January 20, 2018
R.I.P Big Boss Fredo Damn…
— king of the youth (@lilyachty) January 20, 2018
Damn bro .. RIP FREDO SANTANA .. fuck
— Rocky Diamonds (@RockyDiamonds) January 20, 2018
damn.. r.i.p. fredo 😔
— BELLY (@reBELLYus) January 20, 2018
RIP Fredo Santana. Prayers up for his Family and Friends.
— Rockie Fresh (@rockiefresh) January 20, 2018
RIP FREDO 🙁
— Lil pump (@lilpump) January 20, 2018
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Rest In Peace to a real chicago legend. it’s tragic that he’s gone before he really got to blossom into the man he could be. kicking it with him about a year ago I could really tell that his mentality had grown and he was far more progressive than the world really knew. Fredo was the spirit of the drill movement, & the chicago streets he embodied. Near the end of his life he made some statements that I think we all can REALLY LISTEN to and learn from. He spoke about his drug use and trying to escape the PTSD he had from growing up in the hood, surrounded by violence. I call it post traumatic streets disorder. we need to evaluate the conditions in our communities that raise young black men with more psychological issues than they can ever really unpack. we have to diagnose the system, not the symptoms. rest up to a real rockstar. 27
R.l.P Fredo, l liked Sosa’s shit l don’t like when l first seen it. the shit was just raw, the beauty of hip hop is when it’s your time nothing can stop you. Fredo stood out to me.l was like, now that nigga crazy and I’m a little crazy so l watched him. When he said he looked up to me, l wanted to work with him but we didn’t get the chance to do anything. When l heard he passed l didn’t know what to say. To his family l send my condolence. SOSA call my phone