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After seven long months, we finally know what killed Lil Keed. Rapper Raqhid Jevon Render, well known by his stage as DJ Snake, passed away unexpectedly in Los Angeles in May 2022, at the age of 24. Render, who was born in Atlanta, was signed to the company YSL Records in 2016 when it was created by Young Thug, a rapper.
The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner concluded that Render died of natural causes related to eosinophilia based on the findings of an autopsy. In the report, the coroner noted, however, that the condition’s cause remains unknown.
According to the report, Render mentioned going to the hospital at about 7:30 p.m. On May 13 at midnight, Los Angeles time. He had been bedridden for four days, the report added, because of stomach and back discomfort. The victim’s brother “noticed that the decedent’s eyes were jaundiced and drove him to the hospital in a private vehicle.”
Render had a seizure “before going unresponsive” on the route to the hospital, and he passed away at 10:14 p.m. in that day. The coroner told People that Render had been to a hospital in Georgia for stomach problems the year before, but that “he left against medical advice and did not seek follow-up care.”
Although Render’s family claims he did not take drugs or have any other health problems, the coroner noted that he did drink alcohol and smoked a vape pen regularly. In an Instagram post made on May 14, Lil Gotit (Semaja Render), Raqhid’s younger brother, verified the news.
Can’t believe I saw you die today, bro. I did all my crying. I know what you want me to do, and that’s go hard for mother, daddy, Naychur, and Whiteboy. #ImaHoldThisS—town, Semaja said in the caption of his post.
What is Eosinophilia?
Eosinophilia is characterized by an increased amount of eosinophils, a type of white blood cell that helps regulate the immune system, according to the Cleveland Clinic. The Cleveland Clinic states that “they are a part of your body’s defence system against allergens and help protect the body against fungal and parasite illnesses.”
“Eosinophil counts can rise in response to certain medical conditions and treatments.” According to the Mayo Clinic, an infection or inflammation can cause an increase in eosinophils in the blood or tissues. Eosinophilia is a common symptom of parasite infections, allergic reactions, and malignant tumors.
The severity of eosinophilia can vary from mild to severe, with mild cases possibly indicating an allergic reaction to a medication or environmental factor.
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