UPDATE: Lupe Fiasco’s younger sister has been found. Hours after he posted on his social media accounts that she had gone missing in Atlanta, the 37-year-old lyricist jumped on his Twitter timeline today (March 12) to update fans and let them know that she has been found.

“Found her! Thanx for all the prayers and the support,” he wrote in a tweet.

Lupe didn't offer any more details regarding his sister's disappearance or discovery. Nevertheless, we are relieved that this missing persons case has a happy ending.

Check out Lupe Fiasco's announcement below.

ORIGINAL STORY:

Lupe Fiasco says his little sister is missing and he is asking fans for their help in finding her. On Tuesday (March 12), the Chicago rhymer used his Twitter and Instagram accounts to announce that his 16-year-old sister Keziah has been missing in Atlanta since Monday afternoon (March 11).

On his Instagram page, Lupe shared a photo of Keziah and her mother and wrote in the caption, “This is my little sister Keziah. She was Last Seen yesterday in West Atlanta. If you have any information please contact the Atlanta Police Department. ASAP.” He posted the same image and message on his Twitter account as well.

In Lupe's social media posts, we can see that Keziah's mother says she already filed a missing persons report. She also added that her daughter is 16 years old, 170 pounds and is 5 feet, 9 inches.

TMZ reports that Keziah's mother told police that her daughter left their home Monday around 2:30 p.m. before she left for work. She said that when she got home from work around 11:30 p.m., Keziah wasn't home yet.

The mother added that Keziah has never run away before and nothing out of the ordinary has happened in the past few days. Keziah was last seen wearing a gray t-shirt, black leggings, a gray fanny pack with her hair styled in two afro puffs. The mother is unaware if Keziah has any new friends because she and her mother are new to Atlanta. Keziah also doesn't have a cell phone.

You can read Lupe Fiasco's urgent message on Twitter below.

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