In the United States was found dead a well-known rap artist Lexy Algae.
On the first day of the new 2020 died 21-year-old repercu Leksiya Algae. This reports the Metro . What was the cause of the death of a young girl is still unknown.
A cousin of the singer Raise Clark finds no place, no one can understand why the girls did not in the midst of the festival.
“Left a true legend. If you knew or heard her music, then you will begin to shiver. I’m so devastated right now to say something. My beautiful sister with such great talent and soul. You were gone too soon”, – quotes the edition of words of sister Lex Algae.
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Pictures and posts of condolence also posted on the web and other relatives and friends of the singer. Media have noticed that on Tuesday, December 31, Leksiya was active in social networks, and showed no signs of illness or signs of depression.
The girl’s relatives were not ready to accept this news, so they all are shocked and in great sorrow.
Leksiya Algae became famous due to the fact that you played a cover version of the song Beyonce Girls love. And then, when her talent started talking, in 2017, the girl released his debut album “Growing pains”.
We will remind, on December 26 in Moscow on 87 year of life died an outstanding Russian actress and theater Director Galina Volchek
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