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Los Angeles rapper Ketchy the Great, best known as a member of the Stinc Team alongside Drakeo the Ruler, is dead. His management confirmed the news to Pitchfork. More details about his death are currently unknown. Born as Jameon Davis, Ketchy made her name in Los Angeles’ underground rap scene.
Ketchy the Great Dead
Known as a member of the Stinc Group along with Drakeo the Ruler in the underground rap scene of Los Angeles, he died in a car accident.
Ketchy, whose real name is Jameon Davis, also gained fame with his solo work. The breakout song “If I Go Broke” was dropped at the end of 2017 and the mixtape “Free Sauce” was released in 2019. The official cause of death has not been disclosed, according to the NME. His death was confirmed on social media by Drakeo the Ruler and others who have collaborated with him over the years on Monday, February 15, 2021. The press team also confirmed that he died at Pitchfork. Big Ketchy Gained Popularity While in Prison Using Spray Paint in his Music Video
RIP Ketchy the Great. One of the brightest LA talents of the last five years: a ball of 1000 watt voltage with a razor blade growl, who never failed to steal a track — whose promise was first undercut by the DA plot to persecute the Stinc Team, & now this. An unspeakable loss. pic.twitter.com/DTBuKVBhBk
— Otto Von Biz Markie (@Passionweiss) February 15, 2021
Ketchy the Great was imprisoned for spray painting graffiti during the music video “The Right Decision” with Ralfy the Plug. You can watch the video here or below. In 2018, he was arrested and accused of vandalism with a gang development and witnessed gang development and intimidation. The charges stemmed from Los Angeles District Attorney labeling the Stinc Team as a gang, Pitchfork reported.
“A bunch of bulls were Ketchy said on the PALM podcast in December 2020.
He spent two years and 10 months in prison, which he said became known. Otto Von Biz Markie wrote a tribute to Ketchy on Twitter and wrote that the charges against him were part of the “DA conspiracy”.
“RIP Great Ketchy,”. “One of the most brilliant LA talents of the past five years: a 1000-watt ball with a razor grunt has never managed to steal a piece – this promise first underlined DA’s plan to persecute the Stinc Team. It’s an indescribable loss.” Drakeo the Ruler posted a photo on Twitter that read “LONG LIVE KETCHY THE GREAT”. The two often worked together. He also suppressed rumors that Ketchy was killed, saying he was shot in a car accident.
“N ***** DID NOT KILL THE HOUSE HE HITTED BY A RANDOM PEDESTRIAN, IT WON’T STOP THE BODIES THAT WOULD NOT HAVE YOU,” he wrote, followed by laughing emojis.
RIP Ketchy the Great. I was just listening to this song today thinking how impactful Stinc Team been for the LA music scene these last whatever years. pic.twitter.com/HbiKbbOsr5
— Matt (@splooshdaddy) February 16, 2021
RIP Big Ketchy, “a fan wrote on Twitter.” I was listening to this song today, considering how influential Stinc Team has been on the LA music scene in recent years.
Another fan said, “RiP Ketchy The Great. He went too early. LA rap will feel it.