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Rapper Lil Peep Dies Of Suspected Drug Overdose After Posting Haunting Instagram Message

Rapper Lil Peep, born Gustav Ahr, reportedly died of an overdose on Wednesday. His manager Mikey Cortez confirmed his death on Instagram.

According to The New York Times, authorities suggest the 21-year-old Long Island rapper’s death was the result of a Xanax overdose before he was scheduled to perform a show in Tucson, Arizona.

“I’m completely heartbroken and lost right now,” Cortez said on Instagram. “I can’t even feel it’s not real. I love you and I’ll miss you always. One of the realest. Please someone tell me this isn’t real.”

Peep released his first project, Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 1, over the summer. On it, he repeatedly referenced his consumption of cocaine, molly and Xanax, according to UPROXX.

The star made a chilling Instagram post just hours before he died. In one, he appears to be taking two pills.

🐣👅fucc it

A post shared by @lilpeep

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/rapper-lil-peep-dies-suspected-overdose

Why The Murder Of JonBenét Ramsey Is Still So Haunting And Unsettling 20 Years Later

It is one of the most arresting images of the 1990s: the 6-year-old beauty queen done up in lipstick and eyelashes, her blonde curls falling about her face. The aspects of her all too brief life fascinate us as much as the brutal details of her death and the mystery of who killed her. Since her mother Patsy called 911 to report her daughter missing that fateful December morning, we have been fascinated by the murder of JonBenét Ramsey.

From the outside, the Ramsey family of Boulder, Colorado appeared to be the perfect American family. Father John was a successful businessman, while his wife Patsy was a former Miss West Virginia. They had two children: Burke, 9, and younger sister JonBenét. From a young age, Patsy had enrolled JonBenét in a series of child beauty pageants, for which she won the titles of America’s Royale Miss, Little Miss Charlevoix, Little Miss

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