Young Capone, also known as Dopeboy Ra or RaRa, has died at the age of 35 after first being reported missing for a few days.
Earlier this week, news began circulating that the Atlanta rapper, who was believed to be 35, was missing and was last seen in Chicago.
Young Capone’s death was confirmed on Tuesday, Aug. 15 by the his publicist Aleesha Carter on Instagram.
“This is with a heavy heavy heart that I’m even posting this. We made magic when we strategically put out projects, always. Young Capone aka Dopeboy Ra aka Rara was one of my first Hip Hop/ Rap clients, and I can’t believe the news I just got of his unexpected passing!” she captioned the post alongside a carousel of images featuring the rapper.
A cause of death has yet to be determined.
Young Capone wife: Was Young Capone married?
The wife of Young Capone is not known, there is no concrete evidence or records that proves Young Capone was married to anyone before his sad demise.
Who was Young Capone?
Born Rodriguez Smith, the East Atlanta rapper earned a following in the mid-2000s in Atlanta’s underground hip-hop scene. Over the years he worked with industry titans like Daz Dillinger and Jermaine Dupri, eventually earning a record deal with Dupri’s So So Def label. After signing to So So Def, he released the memorable 2006 track “Lights, Camera, Action.”