Police say there was no foul play in Memphis rapper Big Scar’s death – FOX13 News Memphis

Memphis, Tennessee – Police said Friday that the death of Memphis rapper Big Scar is not considered suspicious.

According to the Memphis Police Department, Scar, whose real name was Alexander Woods, died Thursday. He was 22 years old.

The police did not say the cause of his death, adding that the investigation is underway.

Big Scarr is signed to rapper Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records.

The executive posted to record Scar’s death on Instagram.

“It hurts,” Gucci Mane posted a crying emoji. “I’m yearning for you.”

According to one of Scarr’s recent Instagram posts, he was scheduled to tour with Key Glock, also a rapper from Memphis, as part of his “Glockoma Tour 2023.”

Scar’s death follows the murders of two rappers in Memphis.

Related: Memphis rapper Snootie Wild’s family has been frustrated about the lengthy investigation into the death

Related: Young Dolph: A Look Back at the Murder That Shook Memphis

Young Dolph was killed on November 17, 2021 at Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies in Memphis, and Snootie Wild was shot and killed on February 25 in Houston.

FOX13 has reached out to the authorities to find out more about Scar’s death. This story will be updated when we learn more.


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