Sad Frosty dies updates – DC the Don mourns rapper as cause of death still unknown

Sad Frosty dies updates – DC the Don mourns rapper as cause of death still unknown

01/21/2022

TRIBUTES to Houston-based rapper Sad Frosty poured in on social media, following the artist's unexpected death at age 24.

Rapper DC the Don, a friend and collaborator, took to Twitter on Monday to post multiple emotional tweets about Sad Frosty’s death.

In the series of posts, he said "he “would trade everything to have you back," tagging Sad Frosty's account in the tweet.

He also referred to Sad Frosty as Sam, providing some credibility to rumors that the mysterious rapper and YouTuber's real name was Sam Hernandez.

Sad Frosty's YouTube channel features several songs that are collaborations with DC The Don.

The most popular track, Beavis & Butt-Head, has a music video on the channel that currently sits at 1.5million views.

The cause of the rapper's death is unknown at this time.

Tributes from friends and fans of the rapper have flooded social media after the news of his passing, with “RIP Sad Frosty” trending on Twitter.

“RIP Sad Frosty, so unexpected man,” wrote another user, along with photos of the rapper.

Read our Sad Frosty death blog for the latest updates…

  • H. J. Hayes

    Who is A.D.H.D. Freestyle about?

    Sad Frosty’s breakout track, 2018’s A.D.H.D. Freestyle, brought the rapper into the public eye.

    The lyrics showcase Sad Frosty’s confidence, and there’s a theme of superiority consistent with “diss tracks.”

    For example, the rapper says, “You know I’m the best/I peeped your last song and I know you stressed.”

    And the short freestyle track starts and ends with sounds of a phone’s voicemail, indicating it’s a “message” for someone.

    However, it’s never been confirmed that the freestyle is about a specific person.

  • H. J. Hayes

    Sad Frosty’s eerie TikTok ‘prediction’

    Just before his death, Frosty shared a clip from the music video of his 2018 track A.D.H.D Freestyle.

    He captioned the short video: “Back from the D34D #outlaw.”

    The TikTok video has been flooded with dozens of tributes, with one user saying: “The caption”, followed by a sad face emoji.

    Fans on TikTok and across social media were in disbelief, hoping that reports of his passing were a “sick joke”.

  • H. J. Hayes

    How did Drakeo the Ruler die?

    Drakeo – whose real name is Darrell Caldwell – was allegedly stabbed to death during a backstage melee at the Once Upon a Time LA concert.

    The California Highway Patrol, which is leading the investigation, told The Sun “there’s nothing credible” to suggest any of the other performers from the festival were involved.

  • H. J. Hayes

    Who was Drakeo the Ruler?

    Darrell Caldwell, known as Drakeo the Ruler, was a rapper and songwriter from Los Angeles.

    The 28-year-old was raised by a single mother and his brother is rapper Ralfy the Plug.

  • H. J. Hayes

    Has anyone been arrested for Young Dolph’s murder?

    Two men have been arrested in connection to Young Dolph’s shooting death.

    Justin Johnson was captured in Indiana after a “coordinated investigation,” according to the US Marshals.

    Another suspect, Cornelius Smith, is being held at the Shelby County Jail after his arrest on December 9, according to a statement by Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich.

  • H. J. Hayes

    How did Young Dolph die?

    Young Dolph was a rapper best known for his studio album King of Memphis.

    On November 17, 2021, it was reported that Young Dolph was shot dead in Memphis.

    Dolph, 36, was gunned down in his hometown while at a cookie shop in the city.

    Maurice Hill, the owner of Makeda’s Cookies, told Fox13 his employees said Dolph walked into the store to buy cookies.

    The owner then claimed that someone drove up and shot inside the store, killing the rapper.

  • H. J. Hayes

    Wavy Navy Pooh ‘saw a way out’

    Wavy Navy Pooh’s debut album MIAMI (Murder Is A Major Issue) was released in 2020.

    The album’s most popular track is the titular one. The music video for the song features Beaubien with a pistol, a staged murder crime scene, and actual footage of police officers at crime scenes.

    The music video has been viewed on Youtube over 206,000 times.

    Wavy Navy Pooh said to the label that he had big dreams for the future.

    “Hip hop inspired me because I always saw a way out for people like myself coming from nothing,” the rapper said of the song, according to the label’s website.

    “I want to be a legend when it’s all said & done. I want the world to know the other side of Miami.”

  • H. J. Hayes

    Wavy Navy Pooh ‘shot dead’

    Wavy Navy Pooh was shot dead in Miami, according to reports.

    The Quality Control star, whose real name is Shandler Beaubien, was shot and killed in early January.

    The drive-by shooting happened in Kendall, Florida, a suburb of Miami.

    According to police, Beaubien was driving a Toyota Camry at the time of the shooting.

    There was a one-year-old baby boy in a car seat in the front, and a five-year old boy sitting in the back of the car with an adult woman while Beaubien was driving, according to Detective Alvaro Zabaleta, a spokesman with the Miami-Dade Police Department.

    Zabaleta said that one of the children was celebrating a birthday.

    The two children and the adult woman were left unharmed, according to police.

  • Jennifer Korn

    How many rappers died in 2021?

    At least 10 rappers died last year.

    Drakeo the Ruler was the last big-name rapper to die in 2021.

    The 10 rappers are: Baby Ceo, Prince Markie Dee, DMX, Black Rob, Biz Markie,  Gonzoe, Yung Kece, Young Dolph,  Slim 400, and Drakeo the Ruler.

  • Jennifer Korn

    When did Frosty die?

    The rapper reportedly passed away on January 16.

    He was 24 years old.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Sad Frosty on Tik Tok, continued

    While the rapper only used Instagram to promote his music, that was not the case with Tik Tok.

    Sad Frosty shared some videos related to his songs, but primarily posted comical content.

    He had more than 61.9k followers on Tik Tok.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Sad Frosty's social media presence

    The late rapper was not a frequent Instagram or Facebook user, and very little can be learned about his personal life on those platforms.

    However, Sad Frosty did use Tik Tok more regularly. His last post on the platform was only days before he died.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Frosty rapped about haters and depression, continued

    The lyrics continue: “B****, I’m flexing through depression (Huh?), I’m posted at the crib.

    “Making millions from my music, man, I get it how I live (Yeah). Had to grind for this s**t, I took some time for this s**t (Huh?). Face card, good, won’t wait in line for kicks, ayy.”

    The track is part of his album Sandbox, which contains other hits including Beavis & Butt-head, and Swerve (remix) that stars the American rapper Chief Keef, real name Keith Farrelle Cozart.

    Ice Cream was a “highly anticipated” track for Frosty’s fanbase, according to Genius.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Frosty rapped about haters and depression

    Years before his death, Frosty produced tracks including “New Kicks”, “Ice Cream”, and “Crib with a Lake”.

    Ice Cream was released in December 2020.

    In the first verse, he raps: “I been flexin’ on my haters every day, I live my dreams.

    “My Travis 6’s, they official, your jump man on the wrong team. Feel like Pharrell in 07, all my shoes Icecream man (Uh) (sic).”

  • Jennifer Korn

    Rapper DC The Don mourns

    The rapper, also known as Daji, took to Twitter on Monday to post multiple emotional tweets about Sad Frosty’s death.

    Daji said he “would trade everything to have you back @sadfrosty”

    He also posted an angrier tweet, saying that no one really cared about the deceased rapper and that no one “showed him that love while he was here he could’ve really used that.”

    The rapper also tweeted out statements where he referred to Sad Frosty as “Sam.”

  • Jennifer Korn

    'Nothing but good vibes'

    The Youtuber BlackySpeakz posted about Sad Frosty’s passing on Twitter.

    He called Sad Frosty a “very genuine person” and paid condolences to his friends and family.

  • Jennifer Korn

    What was Sad Frosty’s net worth?

    Very little is known about the rapper, making accurate calculations of his net worth tricky.

    Online estimates vary widely with Allfamousbirthday.com saying his net worth was $1.5million while Idolnetworth puts the figure at the much more substantial $11m.

    Famousnetworth puts the amount at $125,000.

    None of the sites give any calculations as to how those figures are reached, so their accuracy is in question.

  • Jennifer Korn

    How did Sad Frosty get famous? Continued

    A regular Twitter user, his account went quiet in July 2021, but in November 2021 he posted that he was back saying: “Frosty back b***h yeah im back b***h did ya miss me? or you aint care b***h.”

    He gained acclaim for his collaboration with DC The Don called Beavis & Butt-Head which as of January 2021 has notched up 1.4 million views.

    His other notable songs include Crib With A Lake, Pull Up, New Kicks and Swerve among others.

  • Jennifer Korn

    How did Sad Frosty get famous?

    Sad Frosty came to the wider public’s attention in 2018 thanks to his release of ADHD Freestyle.

    He built up his following, in part, through social media.

    Sad Frosty had around 100,000 followers to his YouTube channel where he regularly posted videos and he was active on TikTok.

  • Jennifer Korn

    Fans listening to music

    Mourning fans are listening to Sad Frosty's tracks, as they remember the late rapper.

  • Carsen Holaday

    Frosty rapped about haters and depression, continued

    The lyrics continue: “B****, I’m flexing through depression (Huh?), I’m posted at the crib.

    “Making millions from my music, man, I get it how I live (Yeah). Had to grind for this s**t, I took some time for this s**t (Huh?). Face card, good, won’t wait in line for kicks, ayy.”

    The track is part of his album Sandbox, which contains other hits including Beavis & Butt-head, and Swerve (remix) that stars the American rapper Chief Keef, real name Keith Farrelle Cozart.

    Ice Cream was a “highly anticipated” track for Frosty’s fanbase, according to Genius.

  • Carsen Holaday

    Sad Frosty rapped about haters and depression

    Frosty wrote tracks talking about his haters and his struggles with depression.

    Years before his death, Frosty produced tracks including “New Kicks”, “Ice Cream”, and “Crib with a Lake”.

    Ice Cream was released in December 2020.

    In the first verse, he raps: “I been flexin’ on my haters every day, I live my dreams.

    “My Travis 6’s, they official, your jump man on the wrong team. Feel like Pharrell in 07, all my shoes Icecream man (Uh) (sic).”

  • Carsen Holaday

    Sad Frosty’s eerie TikTok ‘prediction’

    Just before his death, Frosty shared a clip from the music video of his 2018 track A.D.H.D Freestyle.

    He captioned the short video: “Back from the D34D #outlaw.”

    The TikTok video has been flooded with dozens of tributes, with one user saying: “The caption”, followed by a sad face emoji.

    Fans on TikTok and across social media were in disbelief, hoping that reports of his passing were a “sick joke”.

  • Carsen Holaday

    Who is A.D.H.D. Freestyle about?

    Sad Frosty’s breakout track, 2018’s A.D.H.D. Freestyle, brought the rapper into the public eye.

    The lyrics showcase Sad Frosty’s confidence, and there’s a theme of superiority consistent with “diss tracks.”

    For example, the rapper says, “You know I’m the best/I peeped your last song and I know you stressed.”

    And the short freestyle track starts and ends with sounds of a phone’s voicemail, indicating it’s a “message” for someone.

    However, it’s never been confirmed that the freestyle is about a specific person.

  • Carsen Holaday

    Sad Frosty’s mysterious background

    Little is known about Frosty’s personal life.

    Allegedly, the rapper was born on March 4, 1997. Frosty broke through in the music scene with a single titled “ADHD Freestyle.”

    He was born and raised in Houston, Texas.

    His real name has never been confirmed.

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