MediaTakeOut.com confirmed that last night rapper Fredo Santana, real name Derrick Coleman, has died at the age of 27. His close friend producer and rapper Maxo Kream reported the sad news on Instagram with a picture of Fredo.
He captioned it: "Damn man I'm lost for words right now I’m cryin my ass off Fredo I love yu B***h RIP a real Savage."
The details of Fredo's death are yet unconfirmed, but word is that he had some sort of "attack" - and he was rushed to the hospital.
Fredo, along with his good friend Chief Keef are known as the founders of Chicago's DRILL MUSIC. Fredo also appeared in Drake's video for "Hold On, We're Going Home," playing a man who kidnapped Drake's girlfriend.
But Fredo also had some UNGLAMOROUS sides to his life - his music often glorified gangs, violence and heavy drug use - in particular, LEAN DRINKING.
May he rest in peace.