Fred The Godson Bio – Wiki
Frederick Thomas aka Fred The Godson was a South Bronx rapper. He died After a battle with coronavirus. Frederick Thomas was born on January 1, 1985, in South Bronx, New York.
Fred The Godson has died at the age of 35.
He made his breakthrough in 2010 with the Armageddon mixtape. The tape had guest spots from Busta Rhymes, Cameron, Waka Flocka Flame, Styles P, and others. Fred was subsequently named to XXL’s 2011 Freshman Class, which also featured Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, Lil B, Meek Mill, Big K.R.I.T., and YG.
Later in 2011, Fred released the Ganga Grillz mixtape City of God, featuring PUSHA-T, Diddy, Meek Mill, Vado, and more. While his output slowed somewhat and he did not reach the commercial heights of his XXL 2011 peers, Fred the Godson was a consistent fixture on hip-hop radio. He freestyled often for Hot97, Sway in the Morning, and more.
Fred the Godson closed his career with a quartet of comeback releases: 2017’s Gordo, 2019’s God-Level, January 2020’s Training Day (with SNL alum Jay Pharoah), and March 2020’s Payback.
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Death Cause (COVID-19)
He lost his battle to COVID-19 today after being hospitalized in a New York hospital for several weeks since contracting the coronavirus. News of his passing first broke after DJ Self posted it on his Instagram page.
He suffered from asthma and issues with his kidneys, had shared that he was battling the virus via his Instagram page in March, and asked his followers to keep him in their prayers. His wife, LeAnn Jemmott, has kept the public abreast of his developments and condition but has not yet posted about his passing. Frederico who hailed from The Bronx was one of New York’s illest ever on the wordplay. And that’s not up for discussion
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