The accident occurred at 2:20 am on Wednesday when a car traveling in the left Walker Interstate 285 in Fulton County, after which he turned, struck trees and burst into flames. Walker was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene.
Two other people who were also in the vehicle were injured in the accident, but there was no immediate information about their conditions. The Fulton County Police initially reported that the accident was the result of a hit and run, but later clarified that only one vehicle was involved.
An investigation into the accident is underway Wednesday.
Walker’s death was confirmed by his manager Johnny both Cabell, as well as a place in the official Twitter account of Walker. “My brother has passed is not here, but his spirit, his good heart and his music will live on,” said Post. “Live Shawty Lo King of Bankhead.”
— Ryan Cameron (@ryancameron) September 21, 2016
In a statement, the manager Johnny Cabell said, “I’m so so so devastated that words can not describe what I feel at this time Shawty What was not just my artist, he was my brother who was my friend have been Min MGR. .. for more than 10 years :. ago he was loyal and had back when no one else did. ”
According to the GDOT, the 2016 Audi turned and hit two trees before catching fire. Cpl. Partrena Smith said one person, the driver. They died after being expelled and two others were taken to hospital.
Cabell added: .. “I could count on him when he had no one else to turn’ve been through so much together If you knew Min then you know that it was genuine was real it would do everything I could, if I had it. . actually I love this man as my blood brother. I’ll keep his name alive and his music! ”
We are working to gather more information.