Big Scarr Death, Obituary – On December 22, 2022, the tragic loss of a talented rapper from Memphis was felt by the whole music industry. According to reports, 22-year-old #BigScarr, a rapper from Memphis who was signed to #GucciMane’s 1017 label, has recently passed tragically. A few of his contemporaries appeared to confirm his tragic death on social media late this evening. His family and friends are in our hearts and prayers. Big Scarr, whose real name was Alexander Woods, was an American rapper who was signed to Gucci Mane’s label, 1017 Records.
He was the middle child of nine and grew up in the Magnolia neighborhood in South Memphis. Until he was 13, he lived with his grandmother. After his mother died of lung cancer, he returned to live with his father. Woods was flung through the windshield of a friend’s car during a car accident when he was 16 years old. The song “SoIcyBoyz,” which features Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and Tay Keith, became his signature work. With the release of Big Grim Reaper on April 16, 2021, he made his first foray into the world of mixtapes. 22-year-old Big Scarr. According to Big Scarr’s official website, the rapper was involved in a near-fatal incident in 2020, when he was shot in the hip and the bullet traveled to his chest.
His biography includes the line, “I was moving, so the bullet kept going, too.” “In order to rescue me, the doctors had to cut me in half. They had to take out my appendix to fix my internal organs so I could walk again. In any case, I got better and got back on my feet a lot sooner than I had anticipated. Death himself admits that “it’s harsh out here” in his bio. My lyrics reflect the current events in my home country. They are the slums. We’re talking about the front lines here. The hood does it. It’s a challenge. Yes, indeed. Although Big Scarr’s face and physique bear visible witness to his struggles, he has emerged victorious.