Shawty Lo’s Hearse Brings Late Rapper to Strip Club (Video)

The “Dey Know” singer died in a car accident on Sept. 21

Following a public service at the Jackson Memorial Baptist Church that drew in hundreds of mourning fans, the late rapper Shawty Lo was brought to his favorite Atlanta hot spot one last time — the Blue Flame Lounge strip club.

Shawty Lo, who was born as Carlos Walker, frequented Blue Flame and, in fact, it was the last place the 40-year-old was seen before his fatal car accident on Sept. 21.

The hearse carrying his body pulled up to the club, which was lit inside with candles in his honor. TMZ captured the touching moment of silence, before a few words of remembrance were spoken and his popular single “Dey Know” was played.

There were no other cars involved in the accident that took Shawty Lo’s life that Wednesday on Interstate 285. Shawty Lo died at the scene.

“It was a single car accident and it appears he lost control of the vehicle, hit trees and the car overturned and burst into flames,” Fulton Country Police Cpl. Mauren Smith told TheWrap. “He was ejected from the vehicle. The passengers — there were two females — were able to escape the vehicle and were transported to a nearby hospital with what appear to be non-life threatening injuries.”