RAVEN K Jackson, the girlfriend of rapper 600 Breezy, had posted about her dreams for the future numerous times in the weeks leading up to her untimely death.
Jackson, who has over 250,000 Instagram followers, described herself as a serial entrepreneur, motivational speaker and fitness model.
Jackson’s death became public Tuesday after Chicago-based rapper 600 Breezy posted a tribute to her on his Instagram page.
She reportedly died by suicide, although an official cause of death has not been confirmed.
In her most recent post from just seven days ago, Jackson wrote on Instagram, “A two week engagement could be what stands between you and your highest self. Join me for 14 DAYS and watch yourself change, not just mentally but physically too! “
Jackson often promoted her fitness business, Go cRAEzy Fitness, on her Instagram account.
In addition to fitness, Jackson also had a clothing line of the same name.
On August 26, she shared a video of a customer doing a fitting with the caption, “Full transparency, it brings tears to my eyes to think that MY clothes make women feel that way… what a blessing, Amen to that! … Your support means the world.”
In addition to her fitness endeavors, Jackson also had a podcast called Real Talk With Raven, where she spoke about mental health awareness.
The podcast’s Instagram bio reads, “RTR is a program that emphasizes mental health and awareness while providing a safe, welcoming and nurturing space to encourage growth and awareness.”
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Jackson was also preparing for in-person events this month, including one in Houston on Sept. 10 and her birthday boot camp in Miami from Sept. 22-25, her Instagram account revealed.
The Tennessee native has also been a regular at film festivals, where she made her debut with several short films.
“I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO LOVE AGAIN”
The 11-year-old Gunz rapper expressed his grief for his girlfriend of two years in a series of Instagram posts on Tuesday, saying he was “mentally screwed”.
“Baby why would you do this to me, why would you do this to us… I came back home, I promised you,” 600 shared Breezy along with a series of pictures of him and Jackson over the years.
“You just left me forever? Do you know how many people love you raven? I would never have gone if that was the result.
“I’m fucked up for the rest of my life baby, mentally you just screwed me up.
“I’m shaking, I’m crying, I love you so much, stinky cake. My wife, my wife, my life.
“You pushed me away so you could do this??? I would have died with you, raven. I’ve done anything and everything for you… I’ll never be able to love @raven.k.jackson again. I’ll see you soon baby God help me please.”
In a follow-up post, the rapper asked God to help him deal with his loss.
“The best 2 years of my life…… @raven.k.jackson. God I need you please help me please. What did I do to deserve this? …you took my friends and my girl???”, Breezy grieved.
“IT’S NO ONE’S FAULT”
The rapper released another post a few hours later, featuring screenshots of Jackson in what appeared to be a suicide note.
“I’m just tired, baby. I was dealing with these thoughts before you met me, I was just waiting for the right time,” the text read.
“It’s nobody’s fault. I’ve been tired for a long time. I gave up a long time ago, I’m just doing a good job of hiding it.”
The post also included heartbreaking photos of the couple together, as Breezy shared a lengthy message in the caption.
“My baby was in pain and I did everything I could to show her nothing but love and keep her going,” he wrote.
“I put everything into her and her business. I believed in her, I worshiped the ground she walked on. She’s gone forever. I hate myself.
“Please, if your loved ones are showing signs of mental harm or ill health, please take them seriously. That is real. That’s what she left me.”
Jackson’s cause of death has not been confirmed.
The US Sun has reached out to 600 Breezy’s record label EMPIRE for comment.
“I pray that you are at peace”
Many of Jackson’s customers and fans have visited her Instagram posts to offer their condolences.
“The most motivated, unique and kindest person I have ever met. And you haven’t changed a thing about your soul since high school. ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON HER FACE AND made sure everyone around her did too. Love you so much beautiful… praying you are at peace now,” one person wrote.
“To everyone reading this: CHECK ALL. YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT SOMEONE IS THINKING OR GOING THROUGH. Raven was undoubtedly one of the happiest people you’ve ever met. God has won the most selfless, loving angel of all time.”
“You were a true gift just to follow him watch and listen… I’m heartbroken,” wrote another.
“Rest forever sweet angel. You motivated me to get back on my fitness journey and I will forever be in debt for it. Your content and personality were so motivating and positive. I’m so sorry baby,” one fan wrote on a gocRAEzyfitness Instagram post.
“Thank you Raven. You’ve inspired so many…definitely me.”
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues addressed in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text the Crisis Text Line at 741741.
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/6164573/raven-k-jacksons-tragic-last-posts-rappers-girlfriend-suicide/ Rapper 600 Breezy’s girlfriend Raven K Jackson shared tragic posts about future dreams days before the tragic ‘suicide’