Philadelphia Rapper Chynna Dead at 25

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Chynna Rogers, a U.S. rapper and model, died on Wednesday, according to local media.

Rogers was born in Philadelphia but resided in Bushwick, Brooklyn at the time of her death. "I can regrettably verify Chynna handed away at present", her consultant John Miller wrote in an e-mail to HollywoodLife on Wednesday, April 8.

Soon after, she became friends with A$AP Mob founder A$AP Yams and released her first single Selfie in 2014 and Glen Coco in 2014 through A$AP Ant and DJ Nick's Marino Gang record label, which became viral hits on YouTube.

Chynna began her career as a model, signing to Ford Models at the age of 14.

While Miller would not comment on the rapper/model's cause of death, he did confirm, 'she passed away today'.

"Chynna was deeply loved and will be sorely missed", her family said in a statement.

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Chynna went on to release the EP "I'm Not Here" in 2015 and another titled "This Isn't Happening" in 2016.

"I usually don't express myself or get open about things until it's in hindsight, and I'm not dealing with it anymore", she explained. A$AP Mob has paid their respects to Chynna on social media. On her 2016 album, she addressed her struggle with opioid addiction, according to Pitchfork.

There was tragedy for the young rapper though as a year after she finished rehab, her mother died. "I need music to die to". "I was able to just focus on getting my feelings out and treat music more like a journal". I can't believe it [I don't know] how to. "I didn't want to go out that way and people be like: "'I told you so", or glamorize it [drugs], because I don't feel like that", she told Vibe magazine in 2018.

"Rest In Peace Chynna. My heart is officially iced".

Chynna told Pitchfork: "Two or three years ago, I felt that I hadn't gone through enough awful stuff to deserve to have this as a career".

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