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Rapper Enchanting dies at 26

Former 1017 rapper had been on life support until Tuesday afternoon, and succumbed to an overdose, according to several posted reports
Enchanting (Image source: Facebook - Enchanting)

Enchanting died Tuesday at the age of 26, according to her sister, after the Texas-born rapper fought for her life in an intensive care unit.

A woman, whose name on Facebook is “Kayy Jayy,” identifies herself as the Fort Worth, Texas native’s sister, and posted a picture of herself and the rapper, with the caption, “I love you, girl,” followed by a broken heart emoji. Several reports cited an overdose as what necessitated the intensive care.

From the beginning on Monday, there had been premature reports of her death, which Kayy Jayy vehemently denied, demanding, “Can y’all stop posting until you have actual facts. She’s still fighting!! She’s not dead.” Several of her friends were quick to slam the premature reports.

But that all changed late Tuesday afternoon, when Enchanting, whose real name was Channing Nicole Larry, was removed from life support.

Last fall Enchanting was on the Rap Sh!t soundtrack, and featured on a song with Maiya the Don called “He Can’t Reach.”

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Other social media users took the moment to remind people how all of Gucci Mane’s original 1017 label members have either been to jail, got dropped from the label or died. Enchanting was dropped from the label less than a year ago. Big Scarr died in December 2022, and Pooh Shiesty, who is connected to the biggest hit connected to the label, “Back in Blood” is incarcerated.

Gucci Mane posted a picture of Enchanting on his Instagram page, adding, “So sad to have to say R.I.P to such a great young lady.” He called her “a true star” and declared “we gone all miss you Chant” followed by a crying emoji and a broken heart emoji.

This report will be updated as new details become available.

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