Rapper Shawty Lo has died leaving behind 11 children from 10 women...
The rapper was ejected from his car when he hit two trees after leaving a strip club in Atlanta early on Wednesday morning, his brother announced.
Two other people in the car were injured and taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to police.
The 40-year-old singer, who grew up in Georgia is best know for his song 'Dey Know' and for founding the group D4L that produced the single Laffy Taffy.
During the crash the singer was driving a white 2016 Audi when his car went out of control.
According to his official Twitter account, he was on the I-285 in south Fulton County. The crash happened on the southbound ramp to Cascade Road at 2:20 am.
Lo was pronounced dead at the scene.
At first it was believed the accident was a hit and run.
But when police arrived on scene they discovered there was only one car involved.
'It has been confirmed now that it was a single car accident,' Fulton police spokeswoman Cpl. Maureen Smith said.
According to police, a white Audi went over a guardrail, hit two trees and burst into flames.
Just hours before he was in an Atlanta strip club.
He also posted videos of himself enjoying the scene with his sunglasses and a gold chain on.
In 2013 Lo nearly starred in a reality show All My Babies’ Mamas for the Oxygen network about his blended family that includes 11 children with 10 women.
But the show was petitioned, causing it to be canceled.
In 2008, he was named Rookie of the Year at the BET Awards.