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West Philadelphia native and rapper Chynna Rogers has died at 25, E! News confirmed.
"Chynna was deeply loved and will be sorely missed," said Rogers' family in a statement to E! News. Her cause of death is currently unknown.
Rogers began her career as a model when she signed to Ford Models at the age of 14. She later went on to work with the late record producer A$AP Yams, born Steven Rodriguez.
After becoming involved with the A$AP Mob, Rogers began to build her career as a rapper.
In an interview with Pitchfork from 2018, the young rapper opened up about overcoming drug addiction, her music and she shared that exactly a year after rehab, her mother had died. However, she didn't let her mother's death challenge her sobriety.
"My mom would be really tight with me if I used her as an excuse to fall off," she told the publication. "It's just more reason to work and get this sh-t done."