Chynna Rogers, rising rapper and model, dies at 25

Chynna Rogers

Chynna Rogers, model and rising hip-hop star, died on Wednesday, she was 25.
John Miller, her manager, confirmed pass away via email to TheWrap.

“I can regrettably confirm Chynna passed away…”

Miller would not provide additional details, but He added that her family said,

“Chynna was deeply loved and will be sorely missed.”

Chynna was born in Philadelphia but resided in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She began a modeling career by Ford Models at age 14.
Her music career started just a year later, early singles, “Glen Coco” and “Selfie”.
Released in 2013 and 2014, drew millions of views on YouTube and soon became viral hits.
In 2016 shortly after her 22nd birthday, She released her debut EP, “Ninety”.
Chynna’s January release, an EP called “in case i die first,” drew praise from reviewers including Pitchfork,

“letting the world in on a late-night car-ride therapy session, full of convoluted, introspective thoughts where Chynna is both the shrink and patient.”

Watch Chynna’s last official music video

Chynna and your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

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