Atlanta rapper Carlos Walker, aka “Shawty Lo,” was killed in a fatal and fiery, single car crash Wednesday morning, Sept. 21, 2016.
Walker, his children’s mothers, 10 of them, and his 11 children (nine daughters and two sons) had plans to appear on a reality show, “All My Babies’ Mamas,” in 2013 that was canceled before it aired.
One of them preceded him in death. On Sunday, July 26. Angela “Chocolate” Beasley, affectionately known as “The Fighter Baby Mama,” spent the last few hours of her life celebrating her 36th birthday at Cozumel The Mexican Cantina on Old National Highway in Georgia, where she also worked as a waitress. She later lost her life in a car accident on an Atlanta highway.
Left to cherish Walker’s memory are his babies’ mamas, who each had nicknames and were set to appear on the reality show with him. They include First Lady E’Creia, who handled Lo’s finances and who was once engaged to him; Amanda, the “Jealous Baby Mama”; Sujuan, the “Wanna-be Bougie Baby Mama”; Tamara, the “No-Drama Baby Mama”; Serena, the “Shady Baby Mama,” and Pebbles, the “Baby Mama from Hell.”
A few of his kids’ names are Kiana Hill, Alexis Watson, Aja Thomas, Sacaria Reed, Nala Perez, and India Watson.
In 2003, Shawty Lo formed the hip-hop group D4L (Down for Life) with fellow Atlanta-based rappers Fabo, Mook-B and Stoney. Shawty Lo subsequently launched his indie record label D4L Records. On June 16, 2011, Shawty Lo announced he suffered from diabetes.