UPDATE: POLICE NARROW IN ON WAKA FLOCKA'S BROTHER'S CAUSE OF DEATH

Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame's brother, Kayo Redd, may have reportedly lost his life over the weekend due to a fatal self-inflicted gunshot wound.

While an autopsy is expected to likely take place later this week, reports suggest Redd may have committed suicide.

12:01 PM PT -- Police investigating Kayo's death tell TMZ all evidence now points to suicide -- a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Henry County P.D. says the body of Kayo -- aka Caodes Scott -- was discovered last night in the Georgia subdivision where he lived. The autopsy will be conducted later today. Sources tell TMZ an autopsy will be performed today or tomorrow. (TMZ)

The breaking news surfaced online early Monday (December 30) morning.

Several sources close to Waka Flocka Flame confirm that the rapper's younger brother died on Sunday, RumorFix is reporting. However there are conflicting reports on how Kayo Redd, who was an aspiring rapper, died. Some reports say he was murdered, others say he committed suicide. RumorFix has put out calls to authorities in Henry County, Georgia where the young man lived. (RumorFix)

Waka has already confirmed the tragic news through his Twitter page.

"Ya Big Brother love you Kayo http://flipagram.com/f/dLOZhpQ6I2," Flocka posted December 30 with a tribute clip. (Waka Flocka Flame's Twitter)

Flocka's mother/manager Debra Antney also touched on her son's passing.

"I just lost another son.," Antney tweeted December 29. (Debra Antney's Twitter)

Kayo's cousin and fellow Bricksquad Monopoly member Frenchie spoke out early Monday.

"My heart can't Be fixed I'm lost," Frenchie tweeted December 30.
"Words can't explain how I Love you I lost a MY Cousin today Kayo redd me and Wooh taught you how to... http://instagram.com/p/iiNlHRBKNa/" (Frenchie's Twitter)

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