The body of Atlanta-based rapper Bambino Gold who was reported missing last week has been found.

According to WSB-TV, Macon County Sheriff's Department said the bodies of Gold, whose real name is Edward Reeves, and his cousin, Kendrick Stokes, were found in Montgomery, Ala., on Friday (Nov. 17) and Saturday (Nov. 18), respectively. Both men were reported missing on Nov. 7 and were last heard from on Nov. 5.

The first body was reportedly found in a wooded area off County Road 13 and the second body was located in the woods off Highway 80, about four miles from the location of the first body.

Gold’s girlfriend, who didn't not want to be named, told WSB-TV that she last spoke to him before he disappeared. “He seemed fine ... like nothing was wrong with him," she said. "I'm trying to not think about nothing being wrong. I'm trying to think positive.”

Police have no suspects or motives at this time as the investigation is still ongoing.

Rae Sremmurd’s manager Migo went on his Instagram account to pay tribute to Gold and urged young people to settle their conflicts a better way without violence.

"We have to figure out how to resolve conflicts/problems without taking someone’s life," he wrote. "I been knowing [Bambino Gold] since he was like 16 it’s sad to see this. We got to do better. We want everyone else to to do better for us but we can’t do right in our own community. RIP."

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