News: Disturbing Final Chris Kelly Video Surfaces: "Look Around You It's Full Of Dead Bodies" [Video]
Monday, May 6, 2013 8:20AM
Footage of late hip-hop artist Chris Kelly has surfaced online which shows him rapping hours before passing away in Georgia.
According to reports, someone at Kelly's home decided to record him rapping and whipped out a camcorder early May 1st.
Hours before his death, a drugged out Chris Kelly attempted to rap ... and spit out lyrics about a room full of dead bodies ... and TMZ has the sad footage. The video -- shot in Kelly's Atlanta home around 7:00 AM on May 1 -- is a window into the life of a drug addict. There's crap strewn all over the house ... and several seemingly drugged out people just hanging out. One of Kelly's guests -- who also seems inebriated -- pulls out a camera and begins to record as a discombobulated Kelly struggles to rap along with music pumping through the speakers. (TMZ)
Hours later, news about Kelly's unexpected death scattered across the Internet.
We're told the song is a track Kelly had been working on recently -- and includes the lyric, "We don't stop, for nothing or nobody ... look around you it's full of dead bodies." Hours after the video was shot, someone in Kelly's home called 911 and told officials the Kris Kross rapper passed out and wouldn't wake up. He was pronounced dead around 5:00 PM. According to the police report obtained by TMZ, Kelly's mother told cops Kelly had been mixing cocaine and heroin the night before he died. He was 34. (TMZ)
Funeral services for the late childhood rap icon were announced over the weekend.
Funeral services are planned next week in Atlanta for former Kris Kross rapper Chris Kelly, who was found dead in his home from a possible drug overdose. Murray Brothers Funeral Home in Atlanta confirmed Saturday that it will hold a public viewing for Kelly throughout the afternoon and evening Wednesday. (Fox News)
While the public viewing is slated for Wednesday (May 8), the actual funeral will take place the following day.
The funeral service for Chris "Mac Daddy" Kelly of Nineties rap duo Kris Kross is scheduled for next Thursday in his hometown of Atlanta, the Associated Press reports. It will be preceded by a public viewing on Wednesday afternoon and evening at Murray Brothers Funeral Home. Kelly was pronounced dead at Atlanta Medical Center on May 1st from a suspected overdose at age 34. (Rolling Stone)
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