Gangsta Boo’s Cause of Death: Unconfirmed and Speculative Reports

Gangsta Boo Cause Of Death

It has been confirmed that at the age of 43, Gangsta Boo was found dead in her house on January 1, 2023, at about 4 p.m.

However, it’s been reported by sources close to the rapper that she passed away after overdosing on drugs the previous night while attending a performance with her brother.

Though they both attended one performance together, fortunately, her brother has since recovered and is doing well. Initial reports suggest that Gangsta Boo had drugs and items with fentanyl on her when she passed away.

As such, an official police investigation into the circumstances of her death is underway.

The tragic passing of rapper Gangsta Boo was confirmed by her labelmate DJ Paul, who posted a memorial photo of the hip-hop icon on Instagram.

Several well-known artists sent their condolences, though the circumstances of her death remain a mystery.

The last post captured before her death showed Mitchell’s enthusiasm for the things she had accomplished in 2022, yet a substance believed to be laced with fentanyl is suspected of having been involved in her untimely demise. 

Nonetheless, her memory will live on with all who knew and loved her for years.

Gangsta Boo’s Life and Career in Hip-Hop

Gangsta Boo is a rapper and former member of the hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia.

She was featured on the group’s debut album “Mystic Stylez” in 1993 and remained with the group for the albums “Chapter 1: The End” in 1996 and “Chapter 2: World Domination” in 1997. 

In 1998, Gangsta Boo released her first solo album, “Enquiring Minds,” but continued to work with Three 6 Mafia until 2001, releasing three more albums with the group.

After going solo, Gangsta Boo released two more albums, “Both Worlds *69” in 2001 and “Enquiring Minds II: The Soap Opera” in 2003. 

Throughout her career, Gangsta Boo has collaborated with a variety of musicians, including OutKast, Foxy Brown, T.I., Gucci Mane, Eminem, Yelawolf, and Drumma Boy.

In 2020, she released music with Junglepussy on “Stamina” and with Run the Jewels on “Walking in the Snow“.

Condolences

According to TMZ, the musician Gangsta’s actual name is Lola Mitchell, was remembered by DJ Paul and other musicians on social media. 

Hip-hop fans are already paying respect to the late artist on Twitter. Notable names in the hip-hop community have taken to Instagram and Twitter to pay tribute to Gangsta Boo.

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