Rapper Lil Scrappy updated his Instagram account after strange claims of his demise appeared online. Sort of evidence that he is still alive and well.
On Saturday, the father-of-four released a heartwarming video of himself playing with his kids, allaying fans’ worries about the rapper’s health.
Lil Scrappy and his lovely kids seem to be having a ball at an arcade, based on his Instagram stories.
The rapper from Atlanta, whose true name is Darryl Raynard Richardson, reportedly has four kids. He has three kids with his current spouse, Bambi Richardson.
The pair were married in 2017 and now have three kids: boys Breland and daughters Cali and Xylo. On Friday, in response to a strange report, he also published a video showing the kids playing.
When rumors of the rapper’s alleged death spread, Lil Scrappy gained popularity on social media.
Because this was added to his Wikipedia article, his death was given “greater credibility.” Many still turn to Wikipedia for “facts,” even though it can be readily altered by anybody and should always be viewed with a grain of salt.
According to a modification provided by an unidentified source, he passed away on September 12, 2022. Upon reading Lil Scrappy’s most recent post, a fan asked, “Why google say you gone bruh?” Someone another remarked, “Google says you passed away on the 12th of this month.”
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Users spread false news about the rapper’s passing on social media sites including Facebook and Twitter.
Lil Scrappy is still alive, a source close to him has told FOX3. Lil Scrappy, real name Darryl Raynard Richardson III, is a 38-year-old rapper from Atlanta.
The Georgia native, born on January 19, 1984, was first identified by rapper, DJ, and record producer Lil Jon. Since the release of his debut album in 2004, Lil Scrappy has released a total of five studio albums.
Numerous of his albums include renowned musicians on them, including 50 Cent, Three 6 Mafia, and Young Dro. The rapper has made seven appearances on the popular VH1 series Love & Hip Hop Atlanta since 2012.
On the podcast, Lil Scrappy chronicled his relationship with Bambi Richardson, his then-girlfriend and now-wife.
Lil Scrappy dated Diamond Carpenter from 2008 to 2011, Erica Dixon from 2012 to 2013, and Shay Johnson from 2010 to 2013, according to Whos Dated Who.