Rapper Theophilus London, who was a key collaborator on fellow rapper Kanye West’s "Donda" album, hasn’t been seen in months, said his family.

His family filed a missing persons report with Los Angeles Police Department this week and are asking for the public’s help, reported the Associated Press. According to the family’s statement that was released Wednesday by Secretly, a music label group that has worked with London, the rapper's family and friends believe that someone last spoke to him in July in Los Angeles. His relatives have been trying to figure out his whereabouts over the last few weeks. Then they filed a police report earlier this week, said the statement.

The LAPD said that on Oct. 15, 2022, around 12 p.m., the rapper was "last seen in the “Skid Row” area of Los Angeles," reported Deadline. He is 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 175 pounds, and has dark brown eyes. London's family members lost complete contact with him in October, and now his family is concerned.

In the family’s statement, his father, Lary Moses, said that he loved his son and they missed him. He shared that all his friends and relatives are searching for the artist. He said that wherever he is, "send us some signal. No matter what we will come get you son.”

According to NPR, London's last posts on Instagram came in July.

The 35-year-old was born in Trinidad and Tobago and then raised in the Brooklyn borough of New York. In 2016, the rapper was nominated for a Grammy for best rap performance for featuring alongside legendary singer Paul McCartney on West’s “All Day.” London has frequently collaborated with West, who produced and served as a guest artist on 2014′s “Vibes.” He would often post updates on West’s “Donda” and “Donda 2” on Instagram. He even said that he was “promoted to tackle media duties” on West's behalf for the month of February.

As a solo artist, London has released three albums -- “Timez Are Weird These Days,” “Vibes” and “Bebey," which he released two years ago. Recently, he featured on Young Franco’s “Get Your Money,” which released in September.

Rapper Theophilus London
Rapper Theophilus London. Photo by: Getty Images

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