Who is Big Scarr:

Alexander Woods, better known by his stage name Big Scarr, was an American rapper known for his track “SoIcyBoyz”, which features Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and Tay Keith. He released his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper, on April 16, 2021. The tape peaked at number 25 on the Billboard 200.

What happen to Big Scarr?

In 2020, Big Scarr was shot in the hip, with the bullet traveling to his spine. This necessitated an appendectomy, and the realignment of his leg. According to Big Scarr’s family, he died on December 22, 2022, from an accidental prescription drug overdose.

Who is scarr to Gucci Mane?

Scarr, born as Alexander Woods, was a Memphis performer who was signed to Gucci Mane’s label 1017 Global Music. Brought up with eight siblings, Scarr grew up in South Memphis in the Magnolia community. He was associated with Gucci’s record label from 2020 where he released his first mixtape, Grim Reaper.

Grim Reaper  a was really hard project, reminds me a lot of Young Dolph. Def one of the best artists to debut recently. I was looking forward to hearing more of his stuff in the future. We are sorry for his  Family’s lost.

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All this drama first popped off Sunday when Quezz posted to IG how he was feeling. Then on Monday (Jan. 9, 2023  shared a message on Instagram after Gucci Mane’s wife shared proof that the 1017 Global CEO spent $10,000 on Scarr’s funeral cost and another $10,000 on flowers . Alexandra Woods the sister of Big Scarr

You ain’t getting them chains back,” Quezz continued. “You can’t get them chains. It’s no way you getting them chains. Come on, now. You tripping, cuz. Thought we was just gon’ let that go? No. It’s over with. You played. And we don’t need your money to pay for his funeral. He was gon’ get buried either way.

Keyshia Ka’oir Gucci Mane’s  wife posted proof it was all CAP.  Our source  for  the Atlanta rapper informed us : “This information is false. Gucci Mane paid $20,000 bands  directly to Keyshia Ka’oirthen came forward with receipts on Instagram, showing a total of $20,000 was sent to Memphis funeral home N.J. Ford & Sons Funeral.

Scarr’s father began by saying. “He gave my son a major major chance man. I can’t let y’all throw dude under the bus like that. Come on now, the truth is the truth, man. I gave nobody permission to do that.

“I ain’t looking for nothing, I just want what rightfully belong to my son,”.  “I ain’t asking for nothing else. I don’t want nothing else. They sent they 10 bands. Gucci, he sent his 10 bands. I covered the rest. I appreciate that big time. Certain things was said that shouldn’t have been said. It was wrong. Man to man, I wish somebody woulda just dialed my [number] and talked to your guy 100. All this out of control.