Toby Mac son Truett Foster McKeehan cause of death – what happened?

Toby Mac son Truett Foster McKeehan cause of death – Toby Mac son, Truett Foster McKeehan died at home in Nashville on October 22, 2019. He was only 21 years old.

The Nashville Fire Department had responded at Tobymac son’s home after receiving a cardiac arrest call. He was pronounced dead on arrival.

Truett McKeehan cause of death is pending autopsy.

Toby Mac son Truett Foster McKeehan

In a statement to USA Today Network – Tennessee, a representative for the family said:

“Truett did pass away at home in the Nashville area sometime Tuesday night or Wednesday morning.

“Cause of death has not been determined. Toby was traveling back from Canada and did not get home to be with his family until after midnight last night so there is no statement.

We just ask that everyone please be respectful of their privacy during this time and allow them to grieve their loss.”

Toby Mac son Truett Foster McKeehan cause of death – what happened?

Truett Foster McKeehan, aka Truett Foster, truDog, TRU and Shiloh was an aspiring rapper and Christian rapper TobyMac’s oldest child.

They collaborated on several tracks for different TobyMac albums.

Last year, TobyMac released a song called “Scars” where he reflected on how his relationship with his eldest son Truett McKeehan started changing when Truett left home.

TobyMac raps in the song:

“Now you won’t take my phone calls, You won’t text me back at all, I just wanna see you, I can’t stand to see you gone.”

Toby Mac son Truett Foster McKeehan cause of death has not been determined.

Please say a prayer for his grieving family. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

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