Fans and friends remember rapper Chynna after sudden death

Fans and friends remember rapper Chynna after sudden death

American rapper and model, Chynna Rogers, who performed with ASAP Mob, an American hip-hop collective has died.

The 25-year-old rapper, popularly known as Chynna, was also a model.

In 2016, she released a mixtape, Ninety, that talked openly about her struggles with substance addiction. Study extra in regards to the rising star who was mentored by the late A$AP Yams and on her solution to being family identify within the hip-hop trade.

Chynna signed to Ford Models at the age of 14, and she launched her musical career in 2013 with her single, "Selfie".

She also released Music 2 Die in 2017, inspired by filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock, followed by I'm Not Here and This Isn't Happening in 2018.

While her cause of death is now unknown, Chynna previously opened up about struggling with an opiod addiction as her career started to take off, Pitchfork reports.

In December 2019, Chynna put out her fourth and remaining album titled in case i die first.

"I wanted to be an A&R first", she told Dazed in 2015.

The official A$AP Mob Twitter page reacted to Chynna's death, writing,"REST EASY CHYNNA". Her label, True Panther, said: "Rest In Peace Chynna".

There was tragedy for the young rapper though as a year after she finished rehab, her mother died.

In another earlier interview with Vibe, Rogers opened up about how she managed to get over her addiction.

"Chynna you were f-- hilarious bro... today was our last exchange of jokes & those I will miss the most".

"It's just more reason to work and get this s*** done". "With making music, I have to share". I can't believe it IDK how to. "My heart is officially iced", Kehlani tweeted. I see a lot of artists decide they want to go through shit with their fans, and that's cool because it gives your fans something to hold onto.

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