Rapper Enchanting has passed away at just 26 years old. Right now, there’s no information about the circumstances surrounding her death. The Texan native’s unexpected passing was confirmed by Gucci Mane, who signed her to his New 1017 label in 2020.

“So sad to have to say R.I.P to such a great young lady, a true star,” Gucci Mane wrote on Instagram on June 11. “We gone all miss you, Chant.”

In response to false reports online saying that Enchanging had already died, her sister, Kayy Jayy clarified on June 11 that the rapper was in ICU.

“I am not a celebrity, I will curse you smooth tf out!!! like I said stop posting false information, Yall dk sh*t about sh*t. Hell most you m don’t even know her real name to even start collecting info!” Kayy Jayy said at the time. “Sit back & wait just like we (the family) are!!! As of now SHE’S IN ICU, She’s Fighting & She’s Fighting Hard!!!! Don’t Give Up On Her Just Yet!!!”

According to Complex, following the release of 2022’s No Luv, Enchanting left New 1017. After parting ways in 2023, Enchanting released a deluxe version, Luv Scarred / No Luv. The deluxe version featured 17 new tracks and special features from artists like Baby Tate and Jacquees. Enchanting also secured a spot on Rap Shit‘s Season 2 soundtrack.

Fellow rapper Coi Leray, who appeared on Enchanting’s “Freaky Deaky” track, also paid tribute on Instagram, writing, “My heart broken💔 praying for Enchanting friends and family. R.I.P.”

Fans online blamed Gucci Mane for Enchanting’s death, saying he didn’t do enough to help his former artist. But his wife Keyshia Kaoir shut down the hateful comments in an Instagram post shared by The Shade Room.

Kaoir wrote, “Leave my husband alone! He signs these artists to help them & give them a better life! I wish it wasn’t like this! Chant we love you, baby girl!”