RAPPER Archie Eversole's chilling Instagram posts called out "broken bonds" before he was reportedly shot dead by his brother.
The news of Eversole's death was confirmed by his family members on Wednesday; however, according to police, the rapper was shot on March 25 and died from his injuries on April 3.
DeKalb County Police officials responded to a shooting at a Chevron gas station in Decatur, Georgia, near Golf Vista Circle on March 25, where they found Eversole suffering from a gunshot wound, WSBTV reported.
Investigators claim Eversole’s brother, Alexander Kraus, pulled the fatal trigger.
Kraus was arrested after the shooting and was initially charged with aggravated assaults, but the charges were upgraded to murder after the rapper died.
In chilling Instagram posts uploaded a month before his death, Eversole shared a statement from comedian Lil Duval about "broken bonds."
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"If you feel like your friends is supporting strangers more than they support you than, become a stranger," the post read with the caption "#message".
In a second IG post just days before the fatal shooting, the rapper again shared a post about "f***ing up bonds" by lying to someone.
"U can f*** up a whole bond by lying to someone U could've told the truth too," Eversole posted while captioning the post with the grimacing face, call me hand and shrug emojis.
An Atlanta native, Eversole was best known for his hit We Ready and his certified Gold album Ride Wit Me Dirty South Style.
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We Ready became the unofficial theme song for the Atlanta United MLS Club due to its popularity.
Eversole eventually created the single United We Conquer, which became the official theme song for the team.
The rapper's Twitter and Instagram avatars are selfies of him wearing United Jerseys, showing his love for the team.
A viral clip resurfaced of a football team singing We Ready in a locker room, solidifying the song's cult status within sports.
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Eversole's nephew Jordan Hughley confirmed his death while speaking to The US Sun.
“He was a great and loving man," Hughley said.
“He was one of a kind, and now he’s reunited with his Dad,” wrote David and Shannon Eversole.
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“Archie, your song Will forever echo the stadium’s [sic] around the globe, and will be one of the most memorable sports team Intros ever. Rest Easy Cuz much Love.
"He was really genuine and loved everyone.”
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