Rangers FC have paid tribute to drill artist Tyler Green after he passed away following a cancer diagnosis.
The 22-year-old, a member of rap duo Triple01s, died at 2.20am on Saturday, the group announced in a statement on social media.
The Glasgow-based drill partners had recently signed a deal with Warner Records.
On Friday, Triple01s asked fans to keep Tyler in their thoughts and prayers as was checked into hospital to continue his treatment under the supervision of doctors with his family and close friends by his side.
“A kid who touched every life he encountered in his journey through life, putting himself last before everyone he loved,” they said.
“It is indescribable to put into words the character he truly was. A fighter like no other.
“Even through his toughest battle yet he showed us all his willingness to win and fight like he did throughout his life.”
Responding, Rangers tweeted: “RIP Tyler. The thoughts of everyone at Rangers are with Tyler’s family and friends.”
In October, Triple01s released their new single AYO with the music video supported by the club which allowed them to film the music video at Ibrox.
Glasgow Central Mosque announced there would be a funeral prayer for Tyler on Saturday.
He is due to be buried in accordance with Islamic tradition at Linn Cemetery.