Atlanta spitter Bambino Gold and his cousin, party promoter Kendrick Stokes, had been missing since November 7th.
Their decaying bodies were found last night and this morning in separate locations in a rural stretch of woods in Macon County, Alabama.
The pair had been last seen driving a white 2016 Honda CRV with Georgia tags to the Alabama State Fair.
Both were originally from Montgomery, Alabama. Stokes, 30, had returned home to promote a party on November 4th and then Gold, 29, joined him to attend the state fair.
"It's stressful to think that somebody has done something to your child and you can't be there to take care of them," Gold's mother Aidea Harris told reports. "It makes you very angry. I'm extremely angry. I try to be a calm person but this is just beyond dealing with. It's absolutely terrible."
Gold, who was a father, had worked with artists like Boosie Badazz, Sy Ari Da Kid and Eldorado Red.
Police haven't released any information about suspects.