Georgia rapper Archie Eversole died April 3 after being shot by his brother Alexander Krause nine days earlier.

Eversol was found with a gunshot wound at a Chevron gas station just east of Atlanta. He was taken immediately to a nearby hospital, where he later passed from severe injuries.

Officers located Krause near the gas station on the night of the shooting, and he was taken into custody. Though it is not yet revealed the cause of the incident, Krause is currently being held in the DeKalb County Jail, charged with his murder.

Eversole was known for his song “We Ready,” which featured Bubba Sparxxx and sampled Steam’s 1969 hit “Na Na Hey Kiss Him Goodbye.” The song became the anthem for the Atlanta United soccer club.

After his passing, fans have been paying respect to Archie, including NFL pro Robert Griffin III, who calls his hit song “the greatest Game Day anthem ever.”

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