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Underground Star Sad Frosty’s Cause of Death Seems Questionable


When it comes to the death of a young artist, theories start to spread! The rapper from Houston, Texas, Sad Frosty’s cause of death has been also followed by many rumors since he passed away on January 14, 2022, at the age of 24.

He would be in our prayers during this difficult time. May the legend rest in power.

The 24-year-old artist, whose real name is still unknown, wrote: “they want that old frosty” in his last Instagram post only a few months before breathed his last breath.

Frosty produced tracks such as “New Kicks”, “Ice Cream”, and “Crib with a Lake”. Ice Cream was published in December 2020. In the first verse, he raps: “I been flexin’ on my haters every day, I live my dreams.

“My Travis 6’s, they official, your jump man on the wrong team. Feel like Pharrell in 07, all my shoes Icecream man (Uh) (sic).” The lyrics came to continue: “B****, I’m flexing through depression (Huh?), I’m posted at the crib.”

Adding that: “Making millions from my music, man, I get it how I live (Yeah). Had to grind for this s**t, I took some time for this s**t (Huh?). Face card, good, won’t wait in line for kicks, ayy.”

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Online estimates vary widely with Allfamousbirthday.com claiming Sad Frosty’s net worth was $1.5million while Idolnetworth puts the figure at the much more substantial $11m. Besides all, Famousnetworth puts the amount at $125,000. However, these sites give no calculations as to how those figures are reached.

Sad Frosty came to fame in 2018 thanks to his release ADHD Freestyle, which he wrote: “This song changed my life. S/O for Dontoi for showing me love on this one.”

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Mystery of Sad Frosty’s Cause of Death

Although there is no official report about Sad Frosty’s cause of death at this time, many are saying he lost his life due to an OD, and some claim he died of suicide. The rumors were raised from his depression.

Nevertheless, our team does not confirm any rumors; we are trying our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible. Nevertheless, family privacy should be respected at this difficult time.

He built up his following, in part, via social media, such that Frosty had about 100,000 followers to his YouTube channel where he consistently posted videos and he was active on TikTok too. His videos are related to music. Actually, Sad Frosty usually shared content that was funny or unique.

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A regular Twitter user, his account went quiet in July 2021, but in November 2021 he posted that he was back saying: “Frosty back b***h yeah im back b***h did ya miss me? or you aint care b***h.”

He is credited for his collaboration with DC The Don called Beavis & Butt-Head which as of January 2021 has notched up 1.4 million views. His other notable songs include Crib With A Lake, Pull Up, New Kicks, and Swerve among others. The rapper’s Instagram account only has two posts. The first one was posted back in July 2021 with fellow rapper Chief Keef.

After the sad news of Sad Frosty’s death was revealed, his friends and social media users flooded social media with tribute messages. Many fans also took to Twitter to pay Pigonant tributes to him.

“RIP Sad Frosty, so unexpected man,” wrote another user, along with photos of the rapper. One said: “RIP SAD FROSTY. Loved bro music so much especially his collabs with dc the don. “I can just remember hearing his song in berlins merch intro and hearing him in Dontai intros to this day. We love you frosty.”

Another commented: “RIP Sad Frosty, life’s really that unexpected. Don’t waste your days. Enjoy each moment with your fam.” And a third posted: “RIP Sad Frosty, definitely gone too soon.”

There are only two posts on his Instagram page – one that announced his death and the other from July. He last posted on Facebook in 2018. His YouTube channel contains much more content, including his popular collaboration with DC The Don called Beavis & Butt-Head, which has been watched around 1.4million times.

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