Rapper Lil Pump’s Cousin . . . Rapper OhTrapstar DIES . . . Fans On Twitter Call It A ‘Blood Sacrifice’

Media Take Out Staff |

Rapper OhTrapstar has died at age 22 in a horrific car crash, Media Take Out has confirmed.

Miami Police Department confirmed to local media that the rapper who is also Lil Pump’s cousin was one of three passengers in the fatality. According to reports the vehicle was speeding careened into a house Wednesday morning.

OhTrapstar, whose real name is Ernesto Enrique Carralero, was one of the three passengers – two male, and one female – who died in the crash on May 25, 2022.

Officer Michael Vega of Miami PD was quoted as saying:

“Basically, at 5 a.m. we received a call of a vehicle crash – a vehicle that was overturned and crashed into a house.”

“To be more specific it crashed into a bedroom of a house.”

“There were three occupants in the vehicle.”

OhTrapstar’s cousin is Lil Pump, one of the biggest hip hop stars in the world. And the death has led to some pretty horrible comments on Twitter. Hundreds of people are calling his death a “blood sacrifice” for cousin Lil Pump’s career. The commentators say that Lil Pump’s career will take off, in coming weeks.

A “blood sacrifice” is a popular conspiracy theory whereby a person is “sacrificed”, in order to propel a loved ones career in music, entertainment or politics.

Lil Pump is one of the most prominent members of the SoundCloud rap scene and is known for his minimalist music and hyperactive public persona, where he is often portrayed taking drugs such as marijuana, lean, and Xanax, actions that have garnered controversy.

Lil Pump rose to popularity in 2017 with the single “Gucci Gang”, which peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified five-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.The single was featured on his debut album Lil Pump (2017), which peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard 200. He has since released the singles “I Love It” (with Kanye West), “Esskeetit”, “Drug Addicts”, “Butterfly Doors”, “Racks on Racks”, “Be Like Me” (featuring Lil Wayne), and “Welcome to the Party” from the Deadpool 2 soundtrack. His second studio album Harverd Dropout (2019) peaked at number 7 on the US Billboard 200.

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