Rick Ross' manager, Black Bo, has died, according to multiple social media posts from those close to him. XXL reports that Ross shared news of Bo's passing during a Friday night performance at Art Basel in Miami. "I know my dog Black would've loved to be here. Come on let me rap for my dog Black one time," he said prior to performing "Hustlin'" at the event. The cause of his death has not been made public at this time.

Wale shared a particularly personal message about Bo on Instagram Friday night. "As the tears begin to chase each other down my face," he wrote. "I️ try to combat the sadness of this new reality with the indelible memories u gave us. It still doesn’t seem real.. it can’t be real! WHY is it real? Absolutely None of us have to try to think of the selflessness the genuine compassion and absolute loyalty for your friends you demonstrated daily.. no sir, because those things are synonymous with your face. Those things are synonymous with your name. Those things... synonymous wit the very thought of you comrade."

French Montana shared a photo of himself, Bo and Drake in memoriam. "My prayers go out to my brother @richforever and the rest of the family 💔 I know this one hurt 🙏🏼 I'm really hurt, shed a tear for u brother ! We going miss you black," he wrote.

Updates to come as information arrives. View more posts from Bruno Mali and Bo's daughter below.