Lil Snupe Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Addarren Ross, also known as Lil Snupe, was an American Rapper who was born on June 13, 1995, in Jonesboro, Louisiana, United States, and died at 18 years old on June 20, 2013.

Unfortunately he died following seven days of his eighteenth birthday celebration. He was shot and killed off a contention that broke out at a companion’s condo.

As a child, he had confronted many inconveniences and later got leaned to music and began investing energy in adolescent detainment.

It isn’t known precisely when he began rapping.

Nonetheless, when he moved toward Meek Mill’s visit transport, his melodic vocation took off in 2012

He had imparted it to MTV news that when Meek Mill was in a van, Lil Snupe thumped on the window of the van; Meek let the window down, snatched the mixtape.

after 20 minutes, prior to completing the tape, Meek called Lil Snupe and requested to be a piece of Dream Chasers.

Dream Chasers is Meek’s record name.

At the early age of 18, in 2013, Lil Snupe left the world, and today in 2021, it has been a long time since the episode.

In June 2013, in Winnfield, Louisiana, he was shot and killed at around 4.00 a.m.

At the companion’s condo in the Maplewood Apartments, it was accounted for that a contention broke out among him and his companion, and his companion shot him.

Thus, he died on the spot. The justification for their contention came out as a computer game.

However he was only 18, he appeared as though him twice the age he was because of various piercing and outright deadly stream and slow way of speaking. He was past very much regarded.


The rising rapper who lost his life in a contention was involved with Alexis Cherelle.

Moreover, he was born to his dad, Charlie Brown, and mother, Denesha Chester. He was an American by his identity.

After his section, Alexis Cherelle had posted an enthusiastic post, which was retweeted by others.

They were excessively enamored to the point that his better half couldn’t bear the aggravation.