Is Yatta Rapper Dead or Alive? His Death Rumor Broke
Shocked fans widely ask: “Is Yatta rapper dead or alive?” after some developing rumors were posted on social media on March 27. 2021, claiming he was stabbed and killed in jail.
We can not confirm whether Yatta Rapper is dead or this story is just a rumor; therefore we can not say for sure he is alive too. This is a developing story.
Yatta, born in the Sunnydale projects in San Francisco,, was a rapper from the Bay Area who serving a twelve-year prison sentence.
He made a name for himself on the scene alongside Lil Yase, whose death cause recently was clarified, with his first hit “Get It In”, sadly an attempted murder charge gave him a 12-year sentence not long after he started picking up buzz. In 2016 Yatta came to the center of attention after a woman was killed as the result of collateral damage in a rap fight.
Towerside gang member Mario Pittardz, who goes by Nasty-O, claimed the shooting was prompted by a lyric in one of Yatta’s songs accusing him of being a snitch: “Hey NastyO, I know about your little secret”.
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Did Yatta Rapper Get Killed in Jail?
According to NSFNews “Kenyana Jones, best-known as rapper “Yatta” was found dead earlier today in his prison cell. He was stabbed 24 times, the police found his body 2 days after the slaying.”
He bled to death (11/9/20). Officials is now investigating the footage to see how this whole fight kicked off.
Update: Rapper Yatta is Alive
Rapper Yatta is not dead, he is fine, and the rumor is just a death hoax that began due to below reason:
On March 27, people came across the fake news headline made by NSF News. To make the report more believable, the article claimed his death was because of a prison fight. In reality, this post is fake.
Rapper Yatta appeared to be a victim of a prank. It is unclear who wrote this news and how it came to broadcast on social media.
Yatta remained in touch with his fans on social media and published music from jail.
On August 17, 2018, the young American rapper released a Mac Dre type freestyle named “Tired” over the phone. All of his efforts have generated the #FreeYatta movement among his fans.
In March 2020, Yatta appeared in Drakeo The Ruler‘s new album, Free Drakeo. Rappers associated together on the “Fuck Being Humble” track. This album is Drakeo’s first one since his imprisonment and is a profile-raising look at his growth to folk hero status, selected mostly from scattered loosies released online from 2016 to 2018.
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