New York-raised emo/hip-hop artist, Lil Peep, passed away at the age of 21 on Wednesday (Nov. 15). Although Peep’s name was still bubbling in the industry, his presence was felt by his fans and some of music’s finest.
The cause of his death has yet to be publicized or confirmed, though British broadsheet The Guardian suspects the rising artist – born Gustav Åhr – died of a possible overdose. Peep’s manager, Chase Ortega, broke the news, tweeting, “I’ve been expecting this call for a year. Mother f**k.”
See their reactions below.
R.I.P. Lil Peep
— juicy j (@therealjuicyj) November 16, 2017
peep had so much more to do man he was constantly inspiring me. I dont feel good man
— Thomas Wesley (@diplo) November 16, 2017
Seeing the news of Lil Peep is so desperately sad
— samsmith (@samsmith) November 16, 2017
Really ain't the time to be blaming lil peep & his drug use & u can't use his death to make other people stop
— Bodega BAMZ (@BodegaBAMZ) November 16, 2017
LONG LIVE LIL PEEP ⭐️
— La Li Lu Le Lo (@AsapTwelvyy) November 16, 2017
None of us are promised tomorrow. Make sure everyday counts
— marshmello (@marshmellomusic) November 16, 2017
Lil Peep forever❤️ pic.twitter.com/Yng5ABM0UL
— pw (@petewentz) November 16, 2017
— Pep says: stream A GIRL LIKE ME NOW! (@Peppermint247) November 16, 2017
Sippin lean & poppin pills isn’t the wave. There’s a new generation of young “rappers” that have been perpetuating this lifestyle among the younger generation. I hope they learn a valuable lesson from what happened to Lil Peep. Life’s more valuable than any temporary fix. RIP??
— E5QUIRE (@e5quire) November 16, 2017
rest in peace lil peep.
— tana mongeau (@tanamongeau) November 16, 2017
I’ve never heard any of Lil Peep’s music but these dudes losing themselves to drugs is depressing I’ll be happy when the culture stops glorifying drug addictions
— Moreno (@Moreno) November 16, 2017