Future, 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Mack Maine & More Remember Shawty Lo

Atlanta rapper Future, 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Mack Maine and more hip-hop artists have all remembered the life of late musician Carlos “Shanty Lo” Walker.

The hip-hop stars went to social media Wednesday (September 21) to pay homage to the Atlanta rapper following reports of his death surfacing.

legends never die…Shawty Lo Forever

— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) September 21, 2016

Shawty Low R.I.P my condolences to his family, he had a lot of mouths to feed. https://t.co/aK0nmpkAUs pic.twitter.com/SzOcjq0AMS

— 50cent (@50cent) September 21, 2016

R.I.p shorty low … Gone 2 soon.. https://t.co/tKGN4ybHjk

— FREEKEY ZEKEY (@FREEKEY730) September 21, 2016

RIP Shawty Lo….damn

— Mack Maine (@mackmaine) September 21, 2016

RIP Shawty Lo. . Prayers to his family and friends. ATown Legend.

— DJ DRAMA (@DJDRAMA) September 21, 2016

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— Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) September 21, 2016

The sad thing is that #ShawtyLo just Buried his father 4 days ago & now he's gone too.. Rest in paradise to a true Atlanta legend

— Erica Marie (@Venetiabella) September 21, 2016

According to reports, Shawty lost his life Tuesday (September 20) in a fatal hit-and-run.

Investigators believe the incident was a hit and run but they do not have any information on the vehicle that fled the scene. Police say two cars were involved in the crash. One of the cars went over the guardrail and caught fire. A man was ejected from the vehicle and died on the scene. Two women were also in the car with the deceased and were rushed to a nearby hospital. Their condition is unknown at this time. (Hawaii News)

Lo’s manager confirmed his death on social media.

Mgr Johnny Cabell has confirmed that @THATSSHAWTYLO has been killed in a hit and run accident this am. Real O.G. R.I.P. #zone1forlife

— Ryan Cameron (@ryancameron) September 21, 2016

My brother has passed he is no longer here but his spirit, his kind heart , and his music will live on Long live Shawty Lo King of Bankhead

— SHAWTY LO (@THATSSHAWTYLO) September 21, 2016

Shawty is most known for his days with rap crew D4L.

Walker is a founding member of the hip-hop group “D4L” and in 2003, founded D4L Records. He is perhaps best known for his debut single “Dey Know”. Walker leaves to mourn several children. In a 2013 interview with MTV he talked about his life with 11 children and their 10 mothers. (11 Alive)

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