More Tributes Pour Out For Lil Peep

HipHop News Posted on November 17, 2017 at 3:42am

More Tributes Pour Out For Lil Peep

Lil Uzi Vert and Wiz Khalifa are among the latest artists to speak out publicly about the rapper from New York of the premature death.

As the details surrounding Lil Peep of the death continue to emerge, so does the flow of tributes from other artists pay their respects.

Born Gustav Åhr, Peep was found dead in his tour bus in Tucson, Arizona on Wednesday night (November 15). The 21-year-old, according to reports, died of a suspected drug overdose.

Lil Uzi Vert paid tribute to his fellow emo-rapper via Twitter, saying that he was not going to judge Peep to their drug use.

We would love 2 stop .....But, Does It Really Matter To You Cause We Have Xanax In It All The Fucking Year ..🕊🕊🕊🕊.

Rip Friend 100% Understand and I don't Blame U 💔 ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;® pic.twitter.com/AYBvQCDcJy

— Uzi London 🌎☄️💕® (@LILUZIVERT) November 16, 2017

Wiz Khalifa commented on Lil Peep pass during a recent interview with Complex. His statements come a few days after he issued a PSA of sorts condemning the widespread use of the mass – another of the opiate in the modern-day culture.

"I feel like someone has to speak for the people who don't believe in that, or are really tired of seeing," Khalifa said of his recent missive. "It's unfortunate that Lil Peep had to die and things like that, but these are the things that people are going to start to see and keep happening if you really don't relax and fall back. I'm just trying to be responsible to say something."

Erykah Badu told TMZ that she feels that there is a major mental health problem among young people today.

"I don't think the problem is the music, nor is it the problem of drugs," he said. "It is a mental illness. We are only reflecting what we see. We are trying to deal with everything that surrounds us. It is only toxic thing that is happening now. The youth of today are calibrated to a speed where you are so bored where we have evolved."

Badu added, "It's sad, man. I wish you and your family and I pray for your spirit."

Daz Dillinger, also speaking

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