Rapper Shawty Lo was killed in a car accident Sept. 21 shortly after leaving the Blue Flame Lounge in Atlanta. Just ten days later, Shawty's body returned to the popular night spot and strip club after his wake for one last go around.

In footage that was posted to social media, a hearse carrying Shawty's body can be seen parked outside the Blue Flame with a trail of cars behind it. “Shawty Lo’s last time at the Blue Flame,” explains the individual taking the video.

Around 2 a.m. on Sept. 21, Lo departed from the Blue Flame and merged onto the I-295 southbound off ramp onto Cascade Road. Lo's Audi smashed into a guardrail, hit several trees, and threw him from the vehicle, which caught fire. The rapper was pronounced dead at the scene while his two passengers were taken to the hospital for injuries.


Last night #ShawtyLo's body was taken to #BlueFlame one last time after his viewing #ripshawtylo

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In tribute to Shawty Lo, Rick Ross put out a brand new remix of the former's most famous song "I'm Da Man," which you can listen to below.

Shawty Lo is being laid to rest today at a public service at the Jackson Memorial Baptist Church in Atlanta. The service is set to kick off around noon EST. Watch a live stream here