Mr. Magic, a former No Limit rapper, and his wife, Chastity, died in a car accident
on Friday night (March 1).
According to The Times-Picayune/Nola.com, the couple’s daughter, 12-year-old Twila
Wise Johnson, was the only survivor of the automobile accident in Hattiesburg, Miss.
Silkk The Shocker confirmed the news by sending his condolences via Twitter.
“Prayers goes to the Family and Friends of Mr. Magic. him and Wife died in a car acci-
dent last night,” tweeted the fellow No Limit rapper yesterday. Mia X shared a photo
of Magic and his wife on Instagram with the message, “I looked forward tp performing
and laughing with you on friday but God chose you to be with him. Chasity was the
LOVE of your life so God decided that she should join you. I know yall are in a better
place but all of us who loved yall are shocked and hurt.”
Magic, born Awood Johnson, 44, grew up in the 9th Ward of New Orleans and re-
leased four solo albums; the first three of which were via No Limit Records. His de-
but, Sky’s The Limit, was released in 1998. Magic’s last album, On My Own, was re-
leased in 2003. In 2004, the rapper teams with Roy Jones, Jr. (yes, the boxer) and
Choppa to form Body Head Bangerz, and the group released an album titled Bangerz:
Volume One. Magic’s mother was the gospel singer Juanita Brooks, who passed away
Magic drops a verse on C-Murder’s classic “Down 4 My Ni–as,” watch the video below.