Cam Coldheart was a rapper from North Carolina who gained fame for his feud with DaBaby in 2019. He died unexpectedly on April 24, 2021, at the age of 33. His death was confirmed by his aunt on social media. Cam Coldheart’s cause of death has not been officially revealed, but his family speculated that he was drugged at a club the night before. Here is a brief overview of his life and career.
Early Life and Career
Cam Coldheart, whose real name was Cameron Henegan, was born on March 10, 1988, in Charlotte, North Carolina. He grew up in a poor neighborhood and started rapping at a young age. He attended Leeward Community College, where he studied business management, but dropped out to pursue his music career.
He launched his own entertainment company, Coldheart Entertainment, in 2015, and released several singles and albums, such as Time Is Money, Coldhearted, and Rise of the Carolinas. He also had a clothing line and an OnlyFans account. He had over 100,000 followers on Instagram and over 3,000 subscribers on YouTube.
He gained attention in 2019, when he got into a physical altercation with DaBaby, another rapper from North Carolina, at a Louis Vuitton store. The incident was captured on video and went viral on social media. Cam Coldheart claimed that he was the victim and that DaBaby was a fraud. However, in 2020, he admitted that the whole fight was staged and scripted to boost their popularity.
Personal Life and Controversies
Cam Coldheart was married and had two children, a daughter and a son. He often posted pictures and videos of them on his Instagram account. He also had a tattoo of his son’s name on his chest.
He was involved in some legal troubles, such as a domestic violence case filed by his wife, and a tax evasion case that resulted in the seizure of his properties by the authorities. He denied the allegations and said that he was innocent and targeted.
Cam Coldheart Cause of Death and Reactions
Cam Coldheart died on April 24, 2021, after falling from the 14th floor of his apartment building in Miraflores, Lima. According to the authorities, it was an accident, as Cam Coldheart lost his balance and plunged to his death. He was found in his garage with multiple fractures and head injuries, and was taken to the Casimiro Ulloa hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
His aunt, who goes by the name Empress Tia on Instagram, confirmed the news of his death and expressed her grief and shock. She wrote: “We supposed to make it to the top together!!! I’m going to miss us encouraging each other and giving each other our props!!! You was doing the damn thing!!! You were a Master 11 and very successful but you didn’t even fully tap into what the Universe had for you… Nevertheless I’m still proud of all your accomplishments Cam Henegan and having a front row seat to your growth was an honor and a privilege… I love you NEPHEW!!!”
She also speculated that he was drugged at a club the night before his death, but said that the autopsy report was not yet available. She wrote: “We won’t know for sure until the autopsy is done… But there is speculation that he was drugged at a club the night before…”
His fans and friends also mourned his death and paid tribute to him on social media and other platforms. Some of them include:
- Chris Neal, a friend and teammate, wrote on Twitter: “We lost a real one… #RIP to my brother, friend, teammate, and EastSide Charlotte legend @CamCOLDHEART This one is gonna hurt for a while man… life is short, Rest Well, King! All Prayers and Love sent to your sons and family!”
- Erika Villalobos, an actress who worked with Cam Coldheart in the series The Family Business, wrote on Instagram: “Rest in peace Cam Coldheart. You were a great actor and a great person. You always made me laugh and smile. You had so much talent and potential. You will be missed by many. My condolences to your family and loved ones.”
- DaBaby, Cam Coldheart’s rival, did not comment on his death, but posted a cryptic message on his Instagram story, saying: “Stop playin wit people like they won’t die.”
Cam Coldheart is survived by his wife, children, parents, siblings, and other relatives. He was cremated and his ashes were scattered in the sea, as he wished. He will be remembered as a talented and controversial rapper who made an impact on the North Carolina music scene.