He was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died. He was 28.
Snoop, Ice Cube, Too $hort, The Game, Al Green, The Isley Brothers, YG and 50 Cent were among the performers also in the festival’s lineup.
A video posted on social media showed parts of the altercation, which involved more than a half dozen people scattered in a frenzy. Detectives on the case are seeking motive and are in search of the assailant.
As of Sunday morning, no arrests had been made in the killing.
Read some of the tributes below from artist like Snoop Dogg, Saweetie, Juicy J, Trippie Redd and many others who shared their condolences with the “Talk To Me” rapper.
OG Snoop Dogg said in a tweet Sunday that he was “saddened” and “PRAYING FOR PEACE IN HIP HOP.”
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) December 19, 2021
Man Drakeo was always hella cool & respectful 😢🙏🏽 Prayers up for his family RIP The Ruler 💔
— ICY SEASON ❄️ (@Saweetie) December 19, 2021
Rip Drakeo u really supported me when u came home I can’t do nun but thank u bro and wish u a beautiful journey to the other side 🤍
— Trippie Redd (@trippieredd) December 19, 2021
Rest Well Drakeo the MF Ruler
— RJ OMMIO (@rjmrla) December 19, 2021
R.I.P. Drakeo the ruler prayers up for the family 🙏🏿 🙏🏿🙏🏿
— juicy j (@therealjuicyj) December 19, 2021
they killin solid niggas out here man… rip drakeo 🙏🏽
— DDG (@PontiacMadeDDG) December 19, 2021
Long Live DRAKEO 🕊 it’s all Love brother pic.twitter.com/aGnWzylOk0
— Jay Critch (@jaycritch) December 19, 2021