Gazi Kodzo, rose to internet fame last year after making a series of bizarre online pronouncements.

Gazi Kozdo is a far left activist and leader of a fringe communist group called the Black Hammer Organization.

Kodzo's online declarations, such as claiming that Holocaust survivor Anne Frank was a whiny "Karen," appeared to be intended to go viral.

However, Black Hammer, dubbed a "cult" by some former members, ended in tragedy on Tuesday.

An anonymous caller in a suburban Atlanta home rented by Black Hammer called police that morning to report that they were being held against their will.

When police searched the house, they discovered Kodzo, nine other people, and an 18-year-old man named Amonte T. Ammons dead from a "apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head."

According to a press release from the Fayetteville Police Department, Kodzo, 36, whose legal name is Augustus C. Romain, faces a slew of criminal charges including sodomy, assault, kidnapping ,false imprisonment and gangster activity.

Another Kodzo associate, Xavier H. Rushin, 21, was also charged with several crimes, including kidnapping, assault, and false imprisonment.

Even as Ammons lay dead inside the Black Hammer mansion, Kodzo had his sights set on social media fame.

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