The Heartbreaking Death Of Rapper Sad Frosty

Houston rapper Sad Frosty sadly passed away at the age of 24 on January 14th, 2022. The announcement of his passing was shared on his official Instagram page with the heartbreaking caption "Long Live Sad Frosty 3/4/97 – 1/14/22." At the time of writing, no cause of death has been disclosed.

Not much is publicly known about the artist's personal life, according to The Sun, including his birth name. He came onto the hip-hop scene with his song "ADHD Freestyle," and another of his most popular songs was his collaboration with fellow artist DC The Don called "Beavis and Butthead." He was very popular on social media, with over 200,000 Instagram followers and almost 100,000 followers on YouTube.

DC The Don reacted to Frosty's death on Twitter, writing, "i would trade everything i have to have you back @sadfrosty." DC The Don wasn't alone with his tribute to the late rapper, and many other friends and fans have taken to social media with an outpouring of love for Sad Frosty.

Fans paid tribute to Sad Frosty on social media

One fan commented on the Instagram post announcing Sad Frosty's death, writing "I love you really helped a lot of people more than you know. Meanwhile, fellow artist Mike Gonsolin wrote "I love you Sam. You were the best friend I ever made out here. I'll never forget you."

Hip hop commentator DomisLive News also tweeted a sweet story about the late rapper, writing, "Today was a crazy day, RIP Sad Frosty, he was a good dude, I met him when he was running a XXXTentacion fan page and he was a fan of mine and we started chopping it up and became cool, years later he started to do music and became Sad Frosty, it was cool to see his evolution."

Another fan also summed up what those who knew him best must be feeling following the tragic news of his death, writing in a tweet, "Fr he always seemed like such a good happy dude, it always hurts more when someone that's talented and just all around a good person passes away. I hope no matter the cause of death, that he's doing what he loves in the afterlife. Praying for his family and friends as well."