Gucci Mane’s Artist Enchanting Battling To Stay Alive Amid Death Rumuors

by Grace Somes
Luv Enchanting || Image credit: @luvenchanting

Luv Enchanting, Gucci Mane’s protege, has been confirmed alive but in critical condition as she stays on life support.

Rumors about the health of Enchanting, a rapper signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records, recently rocked the hip-hop community. Officially, Enchanting is still alive and fighting for her life on life support despite early reports claiming she’s dead.

Enchanting made quite an impression on Gucci Mane. In 2020, at 22, she signed to the renowned rapper’s 1017 record label after making such an imprint on him.

Enchanting’s career was already on an upward trajectory, with several successful projects. However, it was the endorsement from Gucci Mane that genuinely propelled her into the spotlight. Her debut 1017 project, ‘No Luv,’ was released in 2022, marking a significant milestone in her career.

The confusion began when unverified reports surfaced on social media, spreading rapidly and causing widespread panic among fans and fellow artists. Many took to Twitter and Instagram to express their grief and condolences, only to later find out that the situation was not as initially reported.

The information was discovered on Kayy Jayy’s Facebook, the sibling in question. Although little information was provided about Enchanting’s circumstances or cause, Kayy Jayy posted a second statement denying these allegations.

 “Can y’all stop posting? You don’t have actual facts,” she explained. “She’s still fighting, she’s not dead… I’m here at the hospital. My sister is not dead.”

Reports suggest that Enchanting may have overdosed, but the precise reason she was put on life support is still unknown.

The sudden news of her critical condition has left fans in shock and uncertainty. This incident has also sparked a conversation about the misfortunes of 1017 signees.

Gucci Mane has had massive losses within the 1017 Records roster. The hip-hop entrepreneur has record numbers in the past 10 years when it comes to deaths, RICO cases, and overdoses.
Several rappers signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Global Music label are incarcerated on first-degree murder-related charges.

Aside from Scarr’s demise, Gucci’s mainstay artists Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and Ralo are behind bars. His rookie rapper Mac Critter is also imprisoned due to murder charges, and Hoodrich Pablo Juan, a former signee, is involved in a RICO case.

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