Kottonmouth Kings rapper Saint Dog, the “King” of the “underground”, dies

Saint Dog, a popular American rapper who founded the Kottonmouth Kings alongside D-Loc and Johnny Richter, has died at age 44 .

According to the TMZ chain, the Police found Saint Dog, whose real name was Steven Thronson, dead at a friend’s house in Victorville (California).

Saint Dog’s friend called 911 when he found the rapper with serious breathing problems.

When the emergency services arrived they could only certify the death of the popular musician, who will undergo an autopsy to determine the causes of his death.

“Descente in peace a true legend of underground music. Saint Dog, aka Saint Vicius, died yesterday in southern California. Saint was a unique individual who had a great impact on anyone he came into contact with. Saint is not with us, but his music will live forever. Rest easy, King, “reported Saint Dog representatives on the rapper’s Instagram account.

Saint Dog became very popular in the United States for his recurring lyrics about marijuana use.

‘Suburban Life’, ‘Bump’, ‘Dog’s Life’ or ‘Play On’ are some of the latest solo hits by Steven Thronson (Saint Dog).

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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