RIP KingFace: What happened? Why did he die 38? Coma

• Larry Henry, known professionally as KingFace, was born on August 5th, 1959 in Florida, USA.
• On July 1, 2020 he was admitted to an ICU due to a kidney infection.
• On September 29, 2020, KingFace died.
• He was a musician and social media star who supported Donald Trump.
• At the time of his death, his net worth was estimated at $10,000.

Who was KingFace?

Larry Henry, known better by his professional name KingFace, was born apparently on 5 August 1959, in Florida, USA– his zodiac sign was Leo and he held American nationality. He was a musician and a social media star, who attracted attention after he became one of the few African-American people who supported Donald Trump while he was still the President of the US.

How did he die and was he in a coma?

On 1 July 2020, KingFace was admitted into the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of one of the best and most expensive hospitals in New York City.

His condition worsened, and nearly two months later on 26 August, Stefan Urquelle who claimed he was KingFace’s brother and best friend went live on Instagram and said that KingFace was in a coma, suffering from a kidney infection which spread throughout his entire body. Another of KingFace’s close friends, Bryson Gray stated how he visited him in the hospital and that he was indeed in a coma.

Many people who liked KingFace’s music as well as his political beliefs started asking for his health on the internet, and another of his friends Isaiah Washington took it upon himself to update KingFace’s fans, while also thanking them for their concern.

KingFace’s wife asked people to pray for him.

On 29 September 2020, KingFace died. Rob Smith who’s a conservative activist confirmed in one of his posts on Facebook that KingFace passed away. He also described the rapper as a deep, kind and intellectual person, and many other showed support to KingFace’s wife including Gina Bontempo, a health coach, who wrote ‘I just can’t believe it. I was fortunate enough to spend time with KingFace just a week before he was hospitalized. He was so excited to tell me about his latest project. If only I had known it would’ve been the last time, I would’ve hugged him even tighter. RIP my dear friend’.


While still in ICU in August 2020, a GoFundMe page was created for KingFace, to pay for his expensive medical bills as his wife stated their earnings and savings weren’t enough for him to stay at the hospital he found himself at. Many people donated, and $80,000 was eventually gathered, enough for KingFace to be able to stay at the hospital, but not enough to save his life.

His early life and education

KingFace hadn’t shared any details concerning his family and siblings with the public, but it’s widely believed that he was raised alongside his brother by their mother and father in Queens, New York City.

It’s also believed that his parents both worked hard to provide for the family, which is what motivated KingFace to find a good job and help his parents financially.

He became interested in rapping while attending a local high school, at which he and his friends often shared advice and listened to one another’s lyrics. KingFace matriculated from high school, and then chose to focus on his career as a rapper.

Career as a rapper

KingFace released many songs up to 1995, and then focused on other things while occasionally collaborating with other artists. A couple of his first songs were “Crawl Into Tomorrow”, “Dirty Wings” and “Lock the Moon”, and these were followed by his singles “Read My Back”, “My Only Sin” and “Lull-A-Bye”.

He is perhaps still remembered for the song “MAGA BOYS”, which he recorded with Bryson Gray, Kelvin J and Tyson James; it was uploaded onto YouTube on 10 March 2020, and has since been listened to close to 900,000 times.

KingFace was also very active on his Instagram account, which is still open today and numbers more than 170,000 followers and around 1,600 pictures uploaded onto it.

Love life and relationships

KingFace was always very secretive when it came to his love life, and shared only a little concerning his other half, Marion Krouser.The two allegedly met while still attending high school, and supported each other through hardships. They married sometime

in their 20s, and decided not to have children as they both wanted to focus on their careers. Marion today seems to be working as a nurse, she has long brown hair and brown eyes, and her height is around 5ft 5ins (1.65m). The two could often have be seen together in public, and they uploaded many pictures featuring them both onto their Instagram accounts.

KingFace never mentioned any other women he had perhaps been with.

Hobbies and his interest in politics

KingFace was allegedly a fan of Donald Trump all the way back when he was still focused solely on his real estate business, and once he became the President, KingFace supported him no matter which decisions he made.

He was physically very active as he had five to six training sessions at the gym each week, while he also occasionally worked out every day. He was quite popular at the gym because of his muscular body, and sometimes gave other people advice on workout routines and diet plans.

He was a huge fan of tattoos and had many, most of which were inked onto his arms.

KingFace was a dog-lover and it’s believed that he had two pet dogs.

He enjoyed watching mafia movies in his spare time, and his favorite actors were Al Pacino, Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro, while a couple of the films he liked to watch the most were “Scarface”, the trilogy “The Godfather” and “Goodfellas”.

Age, height and net worth

It is widely believed that KingFace was 61 at the time of his death. He had black hair, brown eyes and long black beard, he was 6ft 1ins (1.85m) tall and weighed around 180lbs (81kgs). At the time of his death, his net worth was estimated at just $10,000.

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