Teenage Rapper Accidentally Kills Himself on Social Media Video

Teenage Rapper Accidentally Kills Himself on Social Media Video
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Aspir­ing Vir­ginia Rap­per Suf­fers Trag­ic Death After Fir­ing Gun at His Head on Camera

In a dev­as­tat­ing inci­dent, a 17-year-old rap­per from Suf­folk, Vir­ginia, acci­den­tal­ly killed him­self while film­ing a social media video. The teenag­er, iden­ti­fied as Rylo Hun­cho, was found dead on May 15th, with police con­firm­ing that he died from an “acci­den­tal self-inflict­ed gun­shot wound” to the head.

Footage cir­cu­lat­ing on social media showed Hun­cho singing and danc­ing while hold­ing a pis­tol with a green laser sight. In the video, the young rap­per appears to switch off the weapon’s safe­ty and then point the gun direct­ly at his head. A gun­shot then rings out, and the cam­era drops as Hun­cho is thrown from view.

The fol­low­ing day, a GoFundMe page was set up by a cousin of the deceased rap­per, who described Hun­cho as his moth­er’s “only son.” The cousin wrote that the cause of death was “suicide/accidental” and that the fam­i­ly was still try­ing to under­stand why the tragedy occurred.

“He was her only son!” the cousin wrote. “She was a sin­gle par­ent but took care of her son the best she could. Suicide/accidental was the cause of his death we are still try­ing to fig­ure out why. But any­thing I mean any­thing can help her at this time of need.”

The heart­break­ing inci­dent serves as a trag­ic reminder of the dan­gers of firearms, espe­cial­ly when wield­ed by young indi­vid­u­als. Author­i­ties have not released the rap­per’s name, but have con­firmed the details of the acci­den­tal shoot­ing that took the life of the 17-year-old aspir­ing artist.

This dev­as­tat­ing loss has undoubt­ed­ly left Hun­cho’s fam­i­ly and com­mu­ni­ty in a state of pro­found grief, as they grap­ple with the untime­ly and pre­ventable death of a young talent.

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