Macon County, AL – Atlanta rapper Bambino Gold and his cousin Kendrick Stokes were reported missing on November 7 and now, both bodies have been found in Alabama, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The bodies of Gold (real name Edward Reeves) and Stokes were discovered 40 miles away from Montgomery, Alabama in Macon County on Friday (November 17) and Saturday (November 18).

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 and Stokes were driving a white 2016 CR-V with a Georgia license plate on their way to Alabama before their disappearance. Family members told the Channel 2 Action News they had been unable to reach them since Tuesday (November 7).

Rae Sremmurd’s manager Migo took to Instagram to plead for a better solution to conflict and shared a photo of Gold holding his child.

“No matter what’s going on in the streets nobody deserves to be taken from their family,” he wrote. “We have to figure out how to resolve conflicts/problems without taking someone’s life. I been knowing @bambinogoldgpt 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.”