Rapper Huessein Fatal passed away in a car crash this past weekend at the age of 38.
The rapper, who rose to fame in the 1990s because of his affiliation with the late Tupac Shakur, died on Saturday during the accident, according to People. He was also a member of Tupac's rap group The Outlawz.
The New Jersey native, who was born Bruce Washington Jr., was known for being a part of Tupac's album "All Eyez on Me," as well as for appearing on his popular track "Hit 'Em Up," according to Billboard.
The Outlawz confirmed the devastating news on their social media pages with a photo of him and Tupac laughing with their arms around each other. "God called another soldier home!" the post read. "Rest in Paradise our brother Hussein Fatal he passed away in a car accident! Pray for his family & kids at this time! #RipFatal #OutlawImmortal."
His death has caused a financial burden for his family, so they have created a gofundme page. "Asking our Outlaw Nation to show your support for Huessein Fatal by donating to his family for funeral expenses," the group tweeted.
Further details on his death have not yet been released. You can make donations to help his family out during this tough time HERE.
Asking our Outlaw Nation to show your support for Hussein Fatal by donating to his family for funeral expenses - http://t.co/xkVdT6evNX
— THE OUTLAWZ (@TheOutlawz) July 12, 2015