The Queens MC crooner and Nas and Jungle signee, King Shooter has passed away. King shooter had on Tuesday revealed that he tested positive for the pandemic coronavirus. William Daniels who goes by the stage name as King Shooter died at the age 24.
Sources confirmed that King Shooter died from liver disease and coronavirus as speculated.
King Shooter was signed to NAS record label. Penning his tribute for the late star Nas wrote on his IG page..
“You made your mark and got your wings,” he wrote. “On many hearts you pulled their strings. From QB to Heaven, the world in between. “What a pleasure to have you, in our lives, in this world, in our world. We shared our street dreams. Condolences to Kiing Shooter’s family and friends.”
Daniels revealed his COVID-19 diagnosis over a week ago on Instagram. “This can’t be life,” he wrote. “I said Henny was stronger than the Rona I ain’t know it was that strong…no more drinking for me.”
King Shooter in March 2020 released his new single “Losses” which featured Uncle Murda. The song was the lead single from his latest project Still Outside. Shooter released the 11-track project through Street Dreams and Nas’ Mass Appeal Records.
A week ago King Shooter shared a picture of him in hospital bed and captioned it ”This Can’t Be Life I Said Henny Was Stronger Than The Rona I Ain’t Kno It Was That Strong No More Drinkin For Me”
On April 24 he shared a video of him in an interview and said he will bounce back ten times stronger
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Few Things You Need To Know About King Shooter rapper bio
King Shooter was born on July 25 1995, aged 24.
He was a rapper from Queensbridge, New York.
He became popular after releasing his numerous freestyles in 2017.
King Shooter was a long-time friend of rapper Dave East.
He died on May 5 2020 from complication of liver disease.