The Bay Area rapper took the stage on crutches following reports he was shot Friday night.
Keak Da Sneak was reportedly shot Friday night, and is currently recovering from his injuries. XXL points to All Bay Magazine's report on Instagram, which included a photo of the Bay Area rapper and suggested he was shot shortly afterward the picture was snapped on Friday night. According to the post, Keak is "doing ok" following the shooting.
We wanna send our deepest prayers & wishing a speedy recovery 🙏🙏🙏 to my good friend #keakdasneak I'm sad to hear that shortly after we took this pic he was shot!! Fortunately he is doing ok and will be back like yadada!! Stop trying to kill all the dope rappers.. Please sheesh 😥 #getwellsoonkeak were all pushing for you to get through.. #bayarea #mob #keeprapalive
Following the report, Keak posted a video to his own Instagram account in which he seems to speak about a near-death experience, but does not explicitly state he was shot. "You'll never understand how valuable life is until it flash before ya eyes," he writes, "Gods plan can never be determined by man an fa that I'm still livin an Can't nothin on this earth stop me!"
Keak is seen taking the stage on crutches in the video posted with the caption.
Further updates to come as information arrives. Here's hoping for a speedy recovery for Keak.
Keak is known for his pioneering role in the Bay Area's Hyphy movement. He recently appeared on the "Still Feelin It" remix, Mistah Fab's Bay-centric crew track tribute to Mac Dre.