Rapper Tech 9 Died By Suicide
The Death Reason Behind Tech 9 Is Finally Out! The Reason Behind His Death Has Been Ruled A Suicide.
- Tech 9’ death has been ruled a suicide.
- The rapper died of an overdose of diphenhydramine, an antihistamine found in medicine such as Benadryl.
- The rapper was declared dead at the hospital outside of Philadelphia on 24th March.
- Tech 9 died just a day before he was scheduled to appear in court for hearing on charges of child inappropriate videos.
- The death of Tech 9 led a huge confession after fans misidentified him as rapper Tech N9ne.
Rapper Tech 9, whose real name is Akhiym Mickens, died in the late March at the age of 32. Now, after around two months he died, sources have reported his death reason claiming SUICIDE.
According to Philadelphia Magazine, the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office reported that the rapper died of an overdose of diphenhydramine, an antihistamine found in medicine such as Benadryl.
The outlets have reported that the rapper was declared dead at the hospital outside of Philadelphia on 24th March.
Tech 9 died just a day before he was scheduled to appear in court for hearing on charges of the video where children are involved in inappropriate behaviors, indecent assault, corruption of minors, and indecent exposure.
As per the court documents, the late rapper was arrested in the early January amid allegations that he assaulted his girlfriend’s daughter.
Rapper Buttah From Da Block announced his death news on Instagram in March. Likewise, hip-hop superstars like Lloyd Banks and Kendrick Lamar have remembered him.
THEY SAY MY FACE DONT LOOK THE SAME WITH THE STOCK-
Condolences to the family of the late great Tech9 of philly. Rest well.
— Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) March 25, 2019
The death of Tech 9 brought much sadness for those people who knew him and also led a huge confession after fans misidentified him as rapper Tech N9ne.
Tech N9ne, whose real name is Aaron Dontez Yates, took his social media to squash his death news and cleared out the confusion.
— Tech N9ne (@TechN9ne) March 25, 2019