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Following yesterday’s tragic news of Soulja Boy Tell Em’s brother’s death from a fatal car crash over the weekend, hip-hop artists Young Buck, Talib Kweli and Sean Kingston have publicly displayed their support.

Writing on his Twitter page, Buck sent words of encouragement toward Soulja Boy.

“@SouljaBoy Hold ya head homie. God got him now. Stay Strong!!,” he tweeted Monday (March 21). (Young Buck’s Twitter)

After re-tweeting the shocking news, Kweli sent his positive thoughts to Soulja Boy’s family.

“RT @CEOMiamiMike: R.I.P. to @Souljaboy little brother who passed-way in a auto crash last nite :-( (sending prayers to Soulja Boy family),” he tweeted March 21st. (Talib Kweli’s Twitter)

Kingston also expressed spiritual sentiments to help console Soulja Boy’s pain.

“Smh life is really short man.. Why do the good die young smh @SouljaBoy keep your head up stay strong..Ima keep u in my prayers bro realtalk,” he tweeted March 21st.

“Man LIFE is crazzy sometimes.. u just have to try ya hardest to stay POSITIVE and be STRONG And Hope for better days to come” (Sean Kingston’s Twitter)

While details are still emerging, reports claim the crash took place in Mississippi.

Soulja Boy’s half-brother, Deion Jenkins, 14, passed away last night (March 20) after getting involved in a car accident in Charleston, MS. As of press time the details of the crash are unknown. SB expressed his loss on his Twitter account earlier this morning. “[At] home crying my eyes out I can’t believe my lil bro is gone…today is not my day. RIP lil bro love you always :(.” (XXL Mag)

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