The memorial service for the late Lil Peep was livestreamed on Saturday (December 2) and can be viewed by those who missed it thanks to a reupload on YouTube. The service took place at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach, New York and featured heartfelt speeches from Peep’s family and friends.
As part of the ceremony, Good Charlotte performed a cover version of Peep’s “Awful Things.” Footage of the performance aired during the livestream and has since been uploaded to the band’s official YouTube channel.
Peep, whose real name was Gustav Åhr, passed away on November 15 at age of 21. View his memorial service below.
(The original version of this article was published on November 29, 2017 and can found below.)
A memorial service for Lil Peep is scheduled for Saturday (December 2) in his hometown of Long Beach, New York, according to an Instagram post.
The invite reads, “Join us in celebrating the fascinating colorful life of iconic Gus Åhr (Lil Peep).”
The service, which includes a number of guest speakers, begins around 2 p.m. EST at the Allergia Hotel and is followed by a public beach gathering.
In lieu of flowers, organizers are asking for donations to be made to Oxfam.
Peep passed away on November 15 from a suspected drug overdose prior to a show in Tuscon, Arizona. While his exact cause of death has yet to be confirmed, authorities are currently investigating whether Fentanyl played a role in the 21-year-old burgeoning rapper’s untimely passing.