Yung Gravy is a rapper who rose to fame in 2016 with his self-released single “Mr. Clean”. He is known for his humorous and catchy songs that sample oldies and soul music.
However, in April 2018, a rumor spread online that Yung Gravy had died in a car accident. The source of the rumor was a fake news website that claimed that Yung Gravy was involved in a fatal crash with a semi-truck on Interstate 94 in Minnesota.
The rumor quickly went viral on social media, with many fans expressing their shock and sadness. Some even created tribute videos and posts for the rapper. However, the rumor was soon debunked by Yung Gravy himself, who posted a video on Instagram to assure his fans that he was alive and well.
Yung Gravy later explained that the fake news website was created by a hacker who had hacked his Spotify account and changed his bio to say that he had died. He said that he had no idea who the hacker was or why they did it, but he was glad that his fans cared about him.
Yung Gravy’s cause of death was a hoax that fooled many people, but also showed the rapper’s popularity and sense of humor. He continued to make music and perform for his fans, and he even referenced the hoax in some of his songs, such as “Gravy for Pope” and “Magic”.