A young rapper named Big Scarr who was signed to Gucci Mane’s New 1017 Records has died. He was only 22.
On Thursday (Dec 22), The Shaderoom reported that the musician, born Alexander Woods, had passed away; his death was announced by rapper Gucci Mane, to whose label Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records he was signed. Gucci Mane shared a photo of Big Scarr on Instagram and wrote, “This hurt 😢 I’m a miss you @bigscarr 💔”
There has been no official announcement that what caused Scarr’s death, but rumors on social media said he was shot in Memphis. During the year 2020, Woods was shot in the hip. After the bullet entered his spine, Woods had to have his appendix removed and his right leg realigned.
One of Scarr’s final Instagram posts hinted that he and Key Glock had scheduled a tour.
In case anyone didn’t know about him, Big Scarr, real name Alexander Woods, was a rapper who hailed from Memphis, Tennessee, and was signed to Gucci Mane’s label, 1017 Records. For his collaboration with Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and Tay Keith on the hit single “SoIcyBoyz,” he is better remembered. With the release of Big Grim Reaper on April 16, 2021, he made his first venture into the world of mixtapes. The highest rank the tape reached on the Billboard 200 was number 25.
Alexander Woods was born on April 7, 2000, and he grew up in South Memphis in the Magnolia neighborhood. He is one of eight children. He lived with his grandmother at first until she died when he was 13. Woods was thrown through the windscreen of his friend’s car in a car accident when he was 16 years old. He said his stage name comes from that accident.
What Is Big Scarr’s Net Worth?
According to various sources, it has been predicted that Big Scarr had a net worth of $1.2 million. He earned this amount of money from his music career.
Many of the rapper’s devastated followers and friends took to Twitter to pay tribute and express their shock and sorrow.
People Paid Tribute To Big Scarr After His Unexpected Death
Soon after the news broke online, the 31-year-old Jamaican-American podcaster and YouTuber DJ Akademiks paid tribute on Twitter, writing “RIP Big Scarr.”
Enchanting, who is also on the 1017 label with Scarr, seemed to confirm the news on her Instagram Story. ‘Ion want to talk. If I don’t answer, I’m sorry. She wrote, “I just can’t,” with a broken heart emoji.
Another person on Twitter wrote, “RIP Big Scarr. A whole lot of bangers in a very short time. An entire generation of rap stars killed, dead from an accidental od, or incarcerated before they have the chance to realize their full potential. A recurring series of tragedies streaming on a cursed infinity loop.”