SAD ENDING. Famous singer passed away today after she was put on life support

It was said that rapper Enchanting had died at the age of 26.

The artist’s sister Kay Jay talked about her on her social media on Tuesday.

Kay Jay wrote an emotional post about Enchanting, whose real name is Channing Nicole Larry, on X, which used to be Twitter.

In the picture, they posed for the camera and made kissy faces in a mirror.

It said, “I love you girl,” at the bottom of the post.

On Instagram, another rapper named CJ Kasino posted a picture of Enchanting that seemed to confirm that she had died.

“Bro, they pulled the plug on this s**t. It was so messed up that I knew you were going to push through it.”

“You gone Forever Be Stop6 Princess & Kasino First Lady.”

“SO SORRY” Many fans sent well wishes under Kay Jay’s touching selfie.

“I’m so sorry for your loss, I’m praying for your healing,” one said.

Another said, “I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for your family.”

Another person shared with several broken heart emojis, “I’ve liked her since 2018 man.”

A fourth person said, “Be strong and keep your head up.”

Numerous news outlets said on Monday that the rapper was taken to the hospital and put in the intensive care unit.

It wasn’t said or proven why she was in the ICU.

In X at the time, Kay Jay wrote that her sister was still alive.

“Enchanting is indeed still alive!!! Please just keep praying and don’t listen to the man who is trying to tell someone else’s story!!!!”

Enchanting started making music professionally when she put out her first mixtape, Love & Drugs, in 2016.

Enchanting used to work with Gucci Mane’s label 1017; she was signed there in 2020.

She then put out her album No Luv two years later, which had songs with Gucci Mane and other rappers like Coi Leray and KenTheMan.

Her song “No Luv” has been streamed over 6 million times, and over 124,000 people listen to her every month on Spotify.

The rapper Gucci Mane made a statement after the news spread on social media.

“So sad to have to say R.I.P to such a great young lady a true star we gone all miss you Chant,” said he.

“D**n Chant!” wrote his wife Keyshia Ka’oir Davis next to a picture of Enchanting.

“This one surprised me. I was sure you would make it through when I heard the news. I am truly sorry! Heavenly rest! Our love is with you.”


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