Chynna Rogers, a 25-year-old rapper and model, died on Wednesday in her home, according to her manager.
“Chynna was deeply loved and will be sorely missed,” the rapper’s family said in a statement. It’s not clear if she died from COVID-19, which has claimed the lives of more than 13,000 across the United States in recent days.
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“ATTENTION i miss you. i miss humans. i miss the flow of the universe. i made a lil sumn pre-quarantine to satisfy these cravings. attention, off in case i die first, seems to hold new meaning. shows or no shows, i’ll do my best to create art & stay connected. with love, wash your hands,” she wrote on Instagram, making a reference to people washing their hands to stave off getting infected with COVID-19.
In the wake of her death, a number of social media users offered condolences to her family.
Rogers started her career as a model when she was 14 after signing with Ford Models, Pitchfork Media reported.
She is survived by her father, Michael Magness; two brothers, Jeremy Payne and Michael Magness; and sister Nala Magness, The New York Times reported.