Rapper Ketchy The Great, whose real name is Jameon Davis, has died.
The Californian based star passed away after a horror car accident.
Ketchy had been teasing new music plans ahead of his death.
The star is best known for his involvement in the Los Angeles' Stinc Team.
A rep for the star has confirmed his tragic death.
Meanwhile, Drakeo added via social media that the rapper was hit by a car.
Speaking on Instagram live, Ketchy's pal spoke out about rumours around his death.
Drakeo said: "Don't make it seem like…c'mon, bro. You know how these n***** gon' get.
"It's on the news. It's on the s***. N**** got hit by a car… You know they finna start, though.[sic]"
In 2017 Ketchy picked up critical acclaim after his released solo track If I Go Broke.
In 2019 his mixtape Free Sauce was also lapped up by fans and music critics alike.
Taking to Twitter to pay tribute, rapper Biz Markie tweeted to his fans: "RIP Ketchy the Great. One of the brightest LA talents of the last five years.
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"A ball of 1000 watt voltage with a razor blade growl, who never failed to steal a track — whose promise was first undercut by the DA plot to persecute the Stinc Team, & now this. An unspeakable loss."
In 2018 Ketchy was arrested by cops after spraying graffiti for a music video.
The clip had for his and Ralfy the Plugs's music video The Right Decision.
Due to his membership of Stinc Team and the group being branded a 'gang' by the Los Angeles County Distrcit Attorney, the late star was charged with "vandalism with a gang enhancement".
He was also changed with "witness intimidation with gang enhancement".
As a result of both charges, Ketchy served a total of two years and 10 months in prison.
Following his release in August 2020, the underground star went on to release a video for his single Another One.
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