I been knowing @bambinogoldgpt since he was like 16 it’s sad to see this. Bambino Gold and Kendrick Stokes bodies were found in a wooded area in Macon County, just 40 miles east of Montgomery, Alabama. We got to do better. RIP.”
No matter what’s going on in the streets nobody deserves to be taken from their family. RIP ???? I been knowing @bambinogoldgpt since he was like 16 it’s sad to see this. The two men were last seen driving a white 2016 Honda CR-V with Georgia license plates on their way to Alabama. We want everyone else to to do better for us but we can’t do right in our own community. Tweet
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Atlanta rapper Bambino Gold’s body was found in Alabama two weeks after he went missing. We got to do better. Family members told police that they have been unable to reach the rapper and his cousin since November 7th. We want everyone else to to do better for us but we can’t do right in our own community. “We have to figure out how to resolve conflicts/problems without taking someone’s life. Cops are pleading with anyone with information to come forward. On November 7, Bambino, whose real name is Edward Reeves, and his cousin Kendrick Stokes were reported missing and cops launched an investigation into their disappearance. The first body was found off County Road 13 and the second body was discovered off Highway 80, just four miles from where the first body was discovered. The news sent shock waves in the local Atlanta hip hop community. We have to figure out how to resolve conflicts/problems without taking someone’s life. Sadly, over the weekend, both men bodies were found just miles apart in Alabama, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Details surrounding the incident is still sketchy, but cops are treating their death as a homicide. A post shared by Migo? (@migotheplug) on Nov 18, 2017 at 10:55am PST

  Know one knows what happened to them after they left Georgia, but it appears that they were kidnapped and killed. Artist manager Migo, who managed Rae Sremmurd, took to Instagram to plead with the public for help solving the crime. “No matter what’s going on in the streets nobody deserves to be taken from their family,” Migo wrote.