Enchanting 'Tried Her Best' to 'Get Clean' Before She Died From Reported Overdose

The 26-year-old raptress is believed to have suffered from withdrawals before she was hospitalized in critical condition and put on life support on Monday, June 10.

AceShowbiz - Enchanting's possible cause of death has been revealed by her team. The raptress died on Tuesday, June 11 at age of 26 after she was hospitalized in critical condition and a rep has shed light on what led to her sudden passing.

Confirming the rising hip-hop star's death, a representative from her management team told The Shade Room that she was suffering from withdrawals. "She came to my house the last four days to get clean. She tried her best and I did everything I could to help her, she tried," the rep added.

Reports surfaced on Monday that Enchanting was hospitalized in critical condition after her friends asked for prayers on social media. She was reportedly put on life support, which was eventually pulled.

Her friend and fellow artist LilCJ Kasino confirmed the heartbreaking news, writing, "They Pulled The Plug Bro This S**t So F**ked Up I Just Knew You was Finna Pull Threw." He added, "You gone Forever Be Stop6 Princess & Kasino First Lady."

"They Don't Know All Hours You Spent At The Kasino Studio Sleeping There Making Music Putting This S**t Together And You Went Way Further Than Us," he went on paying tribute to the late star. "I Always Told You How Proud I Was Of You , You Brought @laflare1017 To The H66D & I was The First Person You Called Ill Never Forget You Kept It Solid Threw Yo Whole Career It Was None I Couldn't call You for, You F**ked The Gang Up With This One #LongLiveBigChant."

Enchanting's boyfriend MotionGod Bandman also mourned her death. He posted on Facebook, "You finally found that peace that you was looking for you. Y'all hurt me bad."

Enchanting was known for her unique voice and impactful lyrics. The artist, who was signed to Gucci Mane's record label 1017 before she left the company earlier this year, initially captured the public's attention with her 2018 mixtape "Love & Drugs" and solidified her place in the industry with her 2022 project "No Luv".

Her death came less than a week after she filmed a new music video on June 6. "2 videos coming bck to back," she teased on her Instagram page last week.

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