(AllHipHop News) According to reports, the tragedy happened in Hattiesburg, where the deadly car crash claimed the lives of Mr. Magic, born Awood Johnson and his wife, Chastity.
A number of artists associated with No Limit Records tweeted out condolences to Mr. Magic and his family.
“RIP to my brother, Mr. Magic and his wife,” Mystikal tweeted. “God bless their families.”
Mia X was supposed to perform with Mr. Magic on Friday, when she received the tragic news.
“I looked forward tp performing and laughing with you on friday but God chose you to be with him,” Mia X said. Chasity was the LOVE of your life so God decided that she should join you. I know yall are in a better place but all of us who loved yall are shocked and hurt.”
Magic released three albums for No Limit Records, before leaving the label and forming the Body Headbangaz featuring Roy Jones Jr.
In 2004, the group hit the charts with the single “I Smoke, I Drank” which also featured Atlanta rap artists YoungBloodZ on the remix.