Alexander Woods Obituary, Rapper Big Scarr dies as Gucci Mane confirms his death in touching tribute

Alexander Woods Obituary, Death – A fellow musician, Gucci Mane, has verified that the death of Memphis rapper Big Scarr had occurred at the age of 22. On Thursday evening, rumors began to spread that the celebrity, whose true name was Alexander Woods, had passed away. The celebrity was a member of 1017 Records, which is owned by Gucci Mane. In a heartfelt post on Instagram, The Shade Room was the first to break the news of the musician’s passing. They uploaded a photo of the deceased singer and wrote, “Our prayers are with his loved ones at this time.”

After that, Gucci Mane published an emotional post of his own, in which he seemed to confirm the rumors. He then went on to post three pictures of the rising celebrity, including two of him on stage, along with the following caption: “This hurts. I a miss you @bigscarr.” There has not been any official statement issued by the local police department in relation to the news of his death as of yet.
On the other hand, as the news continued to spread, an increasing number of fans and other musicians rushed to social media to express their condolences and pay their respects.

Enchanting, another artist signed to the 1017 label, appeared to confirm this by posting a message on her Instagram Stories in which she wrote, “Ion want to talk. I’m sorry in advance if I don’t respond. I just can’t.” The lines were accompanied by an emoji of a shattered heart in the post that she made. She followed by posting a picture of the celebrity online and saying, “My babyyy, my best friend, my son. I love you forever, and I’m so sorry.”

“Love you so so much. You should be aware that I would go to any lengths for you. After that, she uploaded a video of the two of them hugging each other, captioning it with the following: “I’ll do anything to hug you one more time,” followed by an emoji of a broken heart. DJ Akademiks, a podcaster and YouTuber who was born in Jamaica and raised in the United States, took to Twitter to pay his respects, simply saying “RIP Big Scarr.”