Rapper Lil Keed’s autopsy has been released…probably died of a rare ‘parasitic infection’!!

Rapper Lil Keed’s cause of death has been attributed to natural causes as a result of eosinophilia, the Los Angeles County Coroner revealed on Tuesday.

The rising star, who was signed to Young Thug’s YSL Records label, died on May 13, 2022. He was 24 years old.

Eosinophilia is a condition that causes “higher than normal levels of eosinophils” — disease-fighting white blood cells, according to the Mayo Clinic. This condition most often indicates a parasitic infection, an allergic reaction, or cancer.

The coroner was unable to determine what caused the condition in Lil Keed’s case from an autopsy report – but doctors have not reported any cancer findings. And given the period that Keed suffered from the disease, at least 4 days, an acute allergic reaction is unlikely.

This leaves the most likely cause to be a “parasitic infection”.

In general, refugees/immigrants originally from countries with limited resources along with travelers/migrants to the same areas have a high probability of eosinophilia being caused by parasitic worm infections. Patients from high-income countries without a significant travel history are much more likely to have allergic, autoimmune, malignant, or other underlying causes for their eosinophilia.

Just hours before his death, the rapper, whose real name was Raqhid Jevon Render, said he needed to be hospitalized.

“He had been in bed sick for 4 days complaining of stomach and back pain,” the report reads. “His brother noticed the deceased’s eyes were jaundiced and drove him to the hospital in a private vehicle.”

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