Rapper Freddy E Commits Suicide, Ex Honey Cocaine Responds On Twitter

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In a series of bone chilling tweets last night, YouTube comedian and rapper Freddy E committed suicide through a self-inflicting gunshot wound. He was 22 years old.

The reason for his death has been unconfirmed, but numerous sources are saying on Twitter that it was over his ex-girlfriend and Tyga’s Last King artist Honey Cocaine. On Freddy E’s official Twitter account, he came very close to live-tweeting his impending suicide. What he shared with his followers is very disturbing.

Smoked my first pack of cigarettes today… been a long time since I’ve gone through heart break. It’s a cold unforgiving world if I do say.
— Freddy E. (@Freddy_E) JANUARY 5, 2013

If there’s a God then He’s calling me back home. This barrel never felt so good next to my dome. It’s cold & I’d rather die than live alone.
— Freddy E. (@Freddy_E) JANUARY 5, 2013

It’s… all… bad… y’all. *puts finger around trigger*
— Freddy E. (@Freddy_E) JANUARY 5, 2013

God… please forgive me.
— Freddy E. (@Freddy_E) JANUARY 5, 2013

Freddy E, who goes by the name Frederick Eugene Buhl, made his love for Honey Cocaine public in a previous Facebook post that’s dated on December 20.

“I talk to Honey damn near every day. I text her. She calls me. We talk on the phone for hours. I’ve met some of her family and she’s met some of mine. We call each other by our birth names. I’d take a bullet for her, as would she take one for me. I actually know her. Where you see a rapper, I see a rider. Y’all can’t tell me nothing about her.”

When Honey Cocaine heard of the news, she defended herself from the onslaught of attacks claiming that she was responsible for his death. Many of Freddy E’s loyal followers insisted that their break-up was what pushed him over the edge. Here’s her response:

To say I caused what happened is ignorance.. You know nothing about our friendship or the story, hate me if you feel.. We loved eachother..
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

We were homies. We had a bond and a connection. For people to attack me acting like I made him do it is a shame.
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

Say it’s my fault, threaten me, whatever.. I knew him well enough to know he had other things happening.. I was there for him all the time.
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

If he was here, he’d wish for people to just respect him and who he was and what he did for all of us. He was a fucking King.
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

I said some foolish things cause I thought he was joking, he does shit like that to me all the time. This is crazy..
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

Our convo last night.. We talked all the time, I’d never hurt him.. I always had him.. TWITTER.COM/QUEENHONEYC/ST…
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

People think they have an idea but it’s not your business.. RIP my angel, my condolences. @FREDDY_E
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

From the first time we met, we said we’d do whatever for eachother. Bonnie and fucking Clyde. If you love him, respect us and our situation!
— Honey Cocaine(@QueenHoneyC) JANUARY 6, 2013

Freddy E was gaining popularity in the Seattle area with his YouTube channel JERKTV. His videos received approximately 20,000 to 30,000 views regularly. No U Ain’t Radio sends out our condolences to Freddy E’s family and friends.

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