Video was captured of the hearse carrying Lo’s body posted up on the curb outside the club with a caravan of cars behind it last night. The person snapping the footage captioned the video
“Shawty Lo’s last time at the Blue Flame,”
Lo was a frequent rain-maker at the Blue Flame and the spot is actually the last place people saw the D4L boss alive, as he was killed in a car accident shortly after leaving the club around 2 a.m. on Sept.
The crash that killed the rapper and injured two passengers occurred on the I-285 southbound ramp to Cascade Road. Lo’s 2016 Audi crashed over a guardrail, hitting several trees and catching fire at the Cascade Road exit on the southbound I-285. Authorities say that Lo died at the scene after being ejected from the vehicle, with two others taken to the hospital.
Shawty Lo will be buried today. He left behind 11 children from different mothers.