The hip-hop community is more than shaken up over the sudden death of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. Various entertainers have stepped forward to remember the 61-year-old’s life.

Over the past few hours, everyone from Talib Kweli to hip-hop producer Jermaine Dupri remembered Bourdain’s legacy.

#Repost @shantidas404 … we have a real problem in this country and world. The CDC just issued a report saying that “Nearly 45,000 lives were lost to suicide in 2016 and that Suicide rates went up more than 30% in half of states from 1999 -2016.” What I can tell you is that THIS can happen to anyone, no one is immune to it BUT we have to continue educating ourselves, our families and our communities. It doesn’t matter if you are rich or poor, tall or short, educated or not. Depression can lead to substance abuse and that can lead one down a very dark path. Let’s support those we love and remember you can’t support yourself or a loved one unless YOU know the facts. Visit @800273talk or @namicommunicate or if in crisis text SILENCE to 741741. 🙏🏾😢🦋 #silencetheshame @silencetheshame

A post shared by Jermaine Dupri (@jermainedupri) on


A post shared by THE KID MERO (@thekidmero) on