A spokesman for the Tucson, Arizona, Police Department said police were called just before 9 p.m. (11 p.m. ET) Wednesday night following Lil Peep was found unresponsive by his supervisor in his tour bus and said that first responders "rendered medical aid but they were not able to save him." "After speaking with people on spectacle and going into the tour bus, (authorities) said that there was signs of a possible drug overdose, probably from Xanax," Sgt. Pete Dugan told CNN in a telephone interview Thursday.
There'll be an autopsy to ascertain the specific cause of death, there was "no sign of any kind of foul play" and police are "treating it as a suspicious death situation, most probably from an overdose."
An emerging voice on the hip hop scene along with a star that was YouTube, Rapper Lil Peep, has died at the age of 21, authorities along with a business associate confirmed.
Erykah Badu believes Lil Peep's departure is much more complex than it sounds -- it is not only a cautionary tale about dependence, but it is also a warning regarding mental illness problems for young people in the us.