Aspiring rapper Theophilus London was found “safe and well” after his family reported him missing last month.
London’s family told The Hollywood Reporter late Wednesday that he was found, and that they would appreciate prayers and privacy from the public.
“Truly appreciate everyone’s support in finding my cousin. It’s refreshing and rewarding to have such a strong support system of family and friends!!! God bless each and everyone of you all,” London’s cousin, Mikhail Noel, posted on social media.
No other details were released.
London, 35, was last seen on Skid Row in Los Angeles on Oct. 15. Skid Row is a high-crime, poverty-stricken area of L.A. inhabited by vagrants and drug addicts.
His family traveled to L.A. from their native Trinidad after not hearing from him in months. They reported him missing on Dec. 27.
“Theo, your Dad loves you, son,” Lary Moses London, the rapper’s father, said in a statement when London was still missing. “We miss you. And all your friends and relatives are searching for you. Wherever you are send us some signal. No matter what we will come get you son.”
London was a key collaborator on Ye West‘s Donda album.
In 2016, London was nominated for a Grammy Award for Ye’s 2015 single “All Day.”
London released three studio albums, “Lovers Holiday” (2011), “Vibes” (2014) and “Bebey” (2020). His first EP, Lover’s Holiday, featured collaborations with Solange Knowles and Dave Sitek.
The news of London’s disappearance coincided with reports that Ye West hasn’t been seen in weeks. Ye, formerly Kanye West, went missing sometime in December.
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No missing persons report was filed for Ye, but his former business manager reported him missing in court.
Thomas St. John, who is suing Ye for breach of contract, said in court that he hasn’t spoken to Ye in weeks.
There is speculation that he was committed to a mental hospital for treatment.