The rape game lost a real one this weekend. Raja Vaughan was shot and killed on Friday morning at the age of 26. A week after the release of his new project after the Chicago rapper’s death, Welcome to o-block. He was the face of the new wave of drill music emanating from Chicago. His elaborate storyline made him one of the most exciting new rappers in the game.

G. Herbo was incredibly close to King Vaughan. Not only are the two Chicago natives, but they also came on the road together on a PTSD tour. Herbo shared a photo of himself and Vaughn, reflecting memories during his lifetime sharing his gratitude for being able to show genuine love for the late rapper.

“He came to Fight as Foulant! I went to wanfa to see all his niggles! T eigen this IG shit! That’s all I got to love in real life,” Herbo said to all groups, hoods And wrote before turning out friends who have passed away or are behind bars.

Yesterday, people announced that they had arrested a suspect in Vaughn’s murder. Atlanta police accused 22-year-old Timothy Leakes in Vaughn’s murder that warrants had been issued for his arrest.

We are keeping Vaughn’s friends and family in our thoughts during this difficult time.