Veteran Oakland emcee Keak da Sneak was shot Friday night.
There aren't many details on the incident, but All Bay Music Magazine -- who first reported it -- said he's doing OK.
We wanna send our deepest prayers & wishing a speedy recovery to my good friend #keakdasneak I'm sad to hear that shortly after we took this pic he was shot!! Fortunately he is doing ok and will be back like yadada!! Stop trying to kill all the dope rappers.. Please sheesh #getwellsoonkeak were all pushing for you to get through.. #bayarea #mob #keeprapalive
Keak also provided proof of life on his IG page.
Keak is best known as the leader of the Bay Area Hyphy movement, which emerged around the turn of the century.
The 39-year old was responsible for hits like 'Super Hyphy', 'White T-shirt, Blue Jeans, and Nikes', and was a feature on E-40's 'Tell Me When To Go'.
We last heard from Keak in September, when he was arrested for fleeing the police.
To all the fans and everyone that is concerned, We are here to confirm all speculations and to also clear the air on the be half of Keak Da Sneak. Keak was indeed arrested Saturday 9/17 around 1:40am when The police attempted to pull him over for no specific cause. By him having a outstanding warrant , he decided to take them on a run before abandoning his 1988 5.0 Mustang. The chase continued on feet where he was able to hide before getting caught with multiple guns drawn at him. Despite the news reports , This was not his place of residence nor was he trying to attempt to enter into anyone's apartment. Keak is not at all proud of the actions that took place but is very thankful that he was able to walk away from the situation with his life. Keak has court on Thursday.. so please , all prayers are needed Thank you for all the love and support Keak Da Sneak Management approved- #keakdasneak #Bayarea #hyphy #news #highspeedchase
Get well soon, Keak Da Sneak.