Theophilus London, Rapper Found Safe in LA After Being Missing


Rapper and musician Theophilus London has been found safe in Los Angeles, his family announced, after he had been reported missing and was last seen months ago on Skid Row.

London, 35, was reported missing by his family to the Los Angeles Police Department last Wednesday. They traveled to the city to find their son after not hearing anything from him since July. According to police, London was last seen on October 31st in downtown’s Skid Row.

“Truly appreciate everyone’s support in finding my cousin. It’s refreshing and rewarding to have such a strong support system of family and friends!!! God bless each and everyone of you all. ❤️❤️🙏🏾”Mikhail Noel is his cousin. Posted on Instagram late Wednesday night.

London is a notable rapper and musician who has worked with artists including Kanye West and Tame Impala.

“We have found Theo,”His cousin posted the following on Instagram. “He is safe and well, at this time the family would love prayers and privacy. Thank you all!!!!”

Larry London, the father of the rapper, said it. KNBC-TVFriends were looking for his son and found him walking in West Los Angeles. 

The elder London stated that they brought London home and that he would soon be visiting relatives in New York.

“Theo is in Los Angeles and heading to family in New York for a grandmother’s funeral and after that we want him to go to Trinidad to recuperate and to regenerate and get himself together,”Larry London stated.  “He’s been through an ordeal. His mind is fragile.  He needs to get back to writing his music.”

London was born in the dual-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago, and was raised in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

His debut album, “Timez Are Weird These Days,”In 2011, it was released.

Rapper Kanye West, now known as Ye, appeared on London’s 2014 song “Can’t Stop.”Ye’s 2015 hit was sung by London. “All Day,”Paul McCartney also contributed.

London published its first edition two years ago “Bebey,”His strongest album. Raekwon, who was a founding member the Wu-Tang Clan, and Tame Impala produced two songs.

London’s family refused to give details about London’s whereabouts or what he was doing while he was gone.


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