Dallas rapper Lil Loaded, who had a viral hit with “6locc 6a6y” in summer 2019, has died.


Lil Loaded, the Dallas rapper behind the 2019 viral summer hit “6locc 6a6y,” Lil Loaded died at age 20.

The Dallas County medical examiner’s office confirmed that the 20-year-old, whose legal name was Dashawn Robertson, died Monday. His cause and manner of death have not been determined
Robertson signed with Epic Records after “6locc 6a6y” went viral, with more than 25 million views on YouTube. That song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America last week, and Robertson wrote in an Instagram post about the certification that he had the “dopest fanbase on earth.

However, Ashkan Mehryari, an attorney for the rapper told the United States today that the cause of death was suicide. “Sadly, I can confirm that Mr. Robertson passed away today.”

Lawyer client Dallas told the Morning News that his client’s death was “tragic” and that he had “a very bright and promising music career ahead of him.”

Dallas rapper Lil Loaded, Lil Loaded song

Lil Loaded was arrested in October 2020 after shooting and killing his 18-year-old friend Khalil Walker with a rifle during an incident in Texas.

Lil Loaded was charged with murder in March 2021 after the death of his friend. The Dallas High Court ruled that there was sufficient evidence to charge the cause of death.

On the afternoon of October 25, 2020, police were called to Dallas’ home. He was shot in the chest and later taken to the Methodist Charlton Medical Center, where he died of his injuries.

His sister, Kija, ran outside the house where the shooting took place and saw Walker “lying on the street with a gunshot wound to his finger.”

According to the affidavit, Kija “picked up [Lil Load’s] phone and saw a video of the suspect shooting the complainant.”

After the shooting, Loader thanked his fans for their support and paid tribute to his friend.

He wrote: “I appreciate all y’all support. They try to make u look guilty when u innocent regardless .. we going to get past this [sic].

“RIP my brother love you.”

According to court records, Lil Lord was scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, June 1, for a preliminary hearing.

Lil Load’s last Instagram post before his death looks like a farewell note.

According to Rivault, the rapper wrote on his latest Instagram post: “Dear, very high, please forgive me for my shortcomings, and every time I hesitate to be proud and appreciate the blessings I have been given. My life … I ask you to enter your kingdom for all my sins. I know that you love all your children. My heart and soul are ready to join you.

Lil Loaded’s death comes just days after his “6locc 6a6y” was certified gold by the American Recording Industry Association on May 25. The music video for the song has garnered nearly 29 million views on YouTube. The rapper’s follow-up unit, the “River Unit”, became even more popular on YouTube with over 39 million views.