According to a recently leaked report, Gangsta Boo, a former member of the Three 6 Mafia, overdosed on drugs and passed away. Narcotics were supposedly discovered in her belongings. According to TMZ, the late rapper’s brother overdosed on drugs while they were both at a performance in Memphis on Saturday night. Her brother was later hospitalized as a result. According to the magazine, which cited insiders close to the rapper, although her brother made a full recovery, Gangsta Boo, who was not hospitalized, unfortunately did not.
Lola C. Mitchell, also known as Boo, was found dead on Sunday afternoon at the age of 43. A police inquiry into her death has already been opened. But fentanyl-laced material is thought to be the main culprit. According to the site, final results are pending an autopsy and toxicology testing. The publicist for the “Stay Fly” artist has not yet made an official announcement. However, she did post a confirmation of the news along with a number of tributes, including Gangsta Boo’s parting letter. At the time of her death, Gangsta Boo had no children. According to All Hip Hop, she was reportedly fired from the reality television program Marriage Boot Camp in May for using narcotics after a white-powered substance was allegedly discovered in her bed. The rapper and her ex-boyfriend Emmet Flores appeared on the program.
— TiffsSpot (@TiffsSpot) January 2, 2023
According to Essence magazine, Boo started rapping at the age of 14. In 1994, he joined the Three 6 Mafia group at the age of 15. Among the living Three 6 Mafia members are DJ Paul, Juicy J, and Crunchy Black. – Steve Sijenyi
— K. Michelle (@kmichelle) January 1, 2023
RIP Gangsta Boo. The first lady of Southern rap, a pioneer w/ mesmerizing get money bounce, and a ubiquitous influence since she kicked Satanic verses at 15 on "Mystic Stylez." Boo defined Memphis rap as much as anyone in Three 6, and never spit a bad verse.
Gone far too soon. pic.twitter.com/N8cOhAQ03Z
— Otto Von Biz Markie (@Passionweiss) January 1, 2023