Fred The Godson Bio, Age, Wife, Kids, Parents, Siblings, Death, Music

Fred The Godson Biography

Fred The Godson (Frederick Thomas) was a South Bronx rapper who became well known in 2010 after he released his Armageddon mixtape.

He died on April 23rd, 2020, from Coronavirus complications.

Fred The Godson Age

Fred was born on January 1, 1985, in South Bronx, New York. He was 35 years old at the time of his death on April 23rd, 2020.

Fred The Godson Parents/Salary

Fred’s father worked as a security guard at the Tunnel. The Tunnel is one of New York City’s most prominent Hip Hop clubs. There is no information on his mother. He had 6 other siblings.

More information on his mother and siblings will be updated as soon as it is available.

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Fred The Godson Wife

Fred was married to LeeAnn Jemmott, who works as a Freelance Makeup Artist. There is currently no more information about his wife.

Fred The Godson Kids

Fred and his wife LeeAnn Jemmott had two children together. Their names have not been revealed yet.

Fred The Godson Music Career

Fred became well known in 2020 after he released his mixtape, known as Armageddon. later in 2011, he was to XXL’s 2011 Freshman Class, which also featured Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, Lil B, Meek Mill, Big K.R.I.T., and YG.

That same year, 2011, he released the Ganga Grillz mixtape City of God, featuring PUSHA-T, Diddy, Meek Mill, Vado, and many others.

He frequently featured on hip-hop radio where he freestyled for Hot97, Sway in the Morning.

Fred The Godson Cause of Death

Fred the Godson died on April 23, 2020, from coronavirus complications. In March, he revealed on his Instagram account that he was battling coronavirus, where he asked his followers to keep him in their prayers.

While he was in the hospital, his wife continued to update his fans on how he was doing. On April 6, Fred was placed on a ventilator. He had started to make progress when he ultimately lost his battle to COVID-19 on April 23, 2020.


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