Heavy D died last week, shocking and saddening fans and the hip hop community. The 44-year-old's autopsy results, unfortunately, don't offer many answers.
The L.A. coroner's office said Monday it could take several weeks to determine a cause of death because the autopsy was inconclusive, the L.A. Times reports.
Ed Winter, the coroner's spokesman, said no illegal drugs found at Heavy D's Beverly Hills home. A doctor prescribed him a drug after he experienced a cough.
The coroner plans to do more toxicology tests "to see what's in his system," Winter said, but as we know from many other sad cases, that could take weeks.
Last Tuesday, Heavy D (real name Dwight Arrington Myers) was experiencing breathing problems at his condo complex and then collapsed. He died shortly after.
"Upon arrival, officers discovered [he was] conscious, communicative, but having a lot of difficulty breathing," the Beverly Hills Police Department said in a statement.
On October 8, Heavy D took the stage at the Michael Jackson tribute concert in Cardiff, Wales. Three days later, he performed at the BET Hip-Hop Awards.