DJ Kay Slay Death Cause And Obituary

Talking about DJ Kay Slay’s death cause and obituary, it seems like he passed away because of Covid. According to DX, he died four months after being admitted to the hospital with Covid-19.

Wack 100 announced in January that the actor had been hospitalized since December 2021 due to Covid-19 and had been put on a ventilator to help him breathe.

There have been no revelations about him having an illness history so far.

It is really upsetting how the Coronavirus turned our lives upside down in ways that no one could have predicted.

Fans swarmed Kay Slay’s farewell Instagram post with sympathy, telling him to “rest in heaven.”

The DJ promoted his music video with his track In My Soul, which includes Tre Williams, Papoose, and AZ, in his most recent post.

Kay Slay was a graffiti artist who appeared in the hip-hop docudrama Style Wars in 1983.

DJ Dies At 55 Due To Covid

It is really sad that the world lost DJ, 55 due to Covid. His fans, however, could not stop themselves from paying respect to Kay on the social media platform Twitter as soon as the news of his death broke.

“Rest in eternal peace to DEZ AKA,” one fan said. The Drama King, DJ Kay Slay “Today is a sad day for Hip Hop culture and Rap aficionados all over the world.”

“Dez” was one of Grayson’s most well-known tags. Moving on to his childhood, as a kid growing up in New York’s thriving hip-hop scene, Keith saw great DJs like Grandmaster Flash, Grand Wizzard Theodore, and Kool DJ Red Alert rise to fame in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

He admitted that he did not plan to be a DJ, it was something he did merely because it was enjoyable.

However, things took a turn when Dez began dealing with narcotics as the graffiti movement faded in the late 1980s, and by the late 1980s, he was in prison.

But the good thing is that Grayson was released from prison in 1990 and claims to have never used narcotics since then. He’s from East River Projects, which is in East River.