Lil Marlo Found Dead
According to reports making bullets on Twitter, Atlanta Rapper Rudolph “Lil Marlo” Johnson was reported dead. Fans are still waiting for more details about his death. This news got fans shocked and filled the social media with sorrowful messages for him.
“Just IN: Atlanta Rapper Rudolph ‘shared the news that Lil Marlo’ Johnson was born and raised in Bowen Home projects in the Westside area of Atlanta, my heart, Durrty Daily, a website.” While some wrote “Rest in Heaven”, who respected their favorite rapper, many couldn’t believe it happened and wished power for the artist’s family.
Singer Stickbaby DaDon shared a photo of Johnson and wrote how sad he was in his pass, “I’m not a damn guy in mf brad, I don’t have to say goodbye like this guy, this shit is not right MOB IN PEACE WHOAA 2Love …” Meanwhile, fans “Rest in peace, Marlo” and “Oh my god, not Marlo!” Some fans have cursed 2020 and robbed their favorite celebrities on Twitter. “This is very sad,” a fan wrote.
Many are praying that this is a lie. “Rest in Atlanta’s own presence, Lil Marlo. Rapper and rising star ‘1st and 3rd’ and he was known for hits like ‘Stay Down’. Another one sends a lot of love to his family and friends. ” “Damn man 2020 RIP @ lilmarlo_1 yo TRASH this shit!” Wrote a fan. Others remembered how he was “humble” and “gentle”. One fan wrote, “Sheesh I Dj’d for you @lilmarlo_on yo bday. You were cool and humble as usual. Rest Up Dawg,” he wrote.
Another rap-based Twitter account, SOOH, confirmed the news with a tweet: “BREAKING: Atlanta rapper Lil Marlo was found dead at age 27. Rest in peace …”. “I swear lil marlo is dead, yall the wrong folks kill the guy,” another fan tweeted. Others are still trying to figure out exactly what happened to the rapper. Johnson found himself a strong foundation in the music world and released three solo mixtapes, including Real1 (2019), and was featured in both QC’s Check Streets compilations. More details are expected about his death.
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