‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ Rapper Coolio Dead At 59

Rapper Coolio died on Wednesday in Los Angeles, according to studies. He was 59.

The Grammy winner was found lifeless whilst he was in the rest room at a friend’s dwelling, TMZ claimed.

According to the outlet, the rapper, whose lawful identify is Artis Leon Ivey Jr., was traveling to a mate late Wednesday afternoon and went to the rest room. Right after being inside for an extended time period, the buddy went within and found him on the ground.

Coolio’s manager, Jarez Posey, verified the rapper’s dying to Rolling Stone but did not give additional facts.

The close friend reportedly known as EMTs, who arrived and pronounced the musician lifeless on the scene from what they suspected was a cardiac arrest. An official trigger of loss of life has not been stated.

An LAPD spokesperson said Wednesday evening that the department was conducting a loss of life investigation at an deal with in the West Adams community in close proximity to downtown Los Angeles but could not disclose the identification of the deceased.

The loss of life did not show up suspicious and the case was handed around to the Los Angeles County coroner’s business office, the spokesperson stated.

Coolio, a Los Angeles location indigenous, is best recognized for his 1995 Grammy-profitable strike “Gangsta’s Paradise,” which topped the U.S. charts that calendar year and stays a person of the bestselling singles of all time.

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