Lil Peep image projected on to Houses of Parliament as memorial services take place

Lil Peep’simage was projected on to Houses of Parliament on Saturday (Picture: Getty)

Memorial services have taken place across the world following the tragic passing on young rapper Lil Peep.

Services were held for Lil Peep in London and Long Beach, New York on December 2, with an image of the musician projected on to the Houses of Parliament on Saturday evening.

The US musician – real name Gustav Ahr – died of a suspected overdose in November, at the age of 21, but during the service at Long Beach his mother, Liza Womack said: ‘He lived his own life on his own terms. He was a stubborn, driven, talented, crafty, observant,… Read the full story

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