Chicago rapper Chief Keef is ready to move on with his life. The hip-hop star has responded to fans continuing to send him condolences after the shocking death of his cousin Fredo Santana.

Keef went to his Instagram Story last night (January 21) to thank fans for their support but also ask them to fall back.

โ€œEnough of the sorry for your losses. Thank-you. Enough. Thank-you though.โ€

Throughout the weekend, various hip-hop stars remembered Santana and 50 Cent publicly asked Chief Keef to call him.

Once again RIP #FredoSantana ๐Ÿ” #21Savage

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๐Ÿ“ธ #50Cent remembers #FredoSantana #RIP ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ #SWIPE

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๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข Rest In Peace Santana

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FOREVER HONORABLE WE GONNA MISS YOU FREDO

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Early Saturday, reports developed about Santana dying at the age of 27.

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Chicago drill rapper Fredo Santana, the older cousin of Chief Keef, has reportedly died at age 27. Several of Santanaโ€™s fellow rappers and friends โ€” including Canadian rapper Drake, Chicago artist Lil Durk, record producer Maxo Kream and California rapper Lil B โ€” took to social media early Saturday to announce the news and mourn his death. (Chicago Sun-Times)