Friends pay tribute to talented rapper Nathan Chamberlain who died outside Liquid nightclub, in East Hill, in Ashford
Scores of friends gathered outside a nightclub in Ashford last night to pay respects to a young man who died in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Around 100 people attended the memorial outside Liquid and Envy nightclub, in East Hill, to lay flowers at the spot where Nathan Chamberlain died.
His close friend music artist Money B, real name Bruno Mukuze, said: "He was one of the nicest guys you could ever meet. We are completely overwhelmed by the number of people who came."
A woman lays a tribute to Nathan Chamberlain
Mourners gather at the club to pay their respects
Rapper Nathan Chamberlain was popular in the area
Nathan's other close friend, Metin, said: "We were more like brothers."
Talented rapper Nathan Chamberlain was known to his friends as Respah. He part of the Nutz Cartel along with Money B, DJ Lavaman and Fendizzle.
It comes as police have released a man on bail for further inquiries following Nathan's death.
They arrested the 21-year-old from Hawkinge on suspicion of supplying controlled drugs. He has been bailed until November 29.
Emergency services, including the Kent Air Ambulance, were called to Liquid and Envy nightclub, in East Hill, at around 3.30am.
It was after 23-year-old man Nathan collapsed there. He was treated by paramedics at the scene and pronounced dead a short while later.
Police tape outside Liquid and Envy nightclub in Ashford today
Tributes have appeared on Facebook to Nathan.
Charlie John Fuggle said: "Nathan Chamberlain was one of the most humble and peaceful guys I ever met.
"The guy did not deserve to leave this planet especially in the way that he did.. I will love you forever man!"
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The area has been sealed off by police
It is believed the 23-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest.
An ambulance spokesman said: "We received a call at around 3.15am to a report than a man in his 20s had collapsed outside Liquid nightclub in East Hill.
"The guy did not deserve to leave this planet especially in the way that he did.. I will love you forever man!" - Charlie John Fuggle
"We sent a total of five vehicles to the scene, including two ambulances and crews from the Air Ambulance.
"Sadly, despite the best efforts of everyone involved, the man died at the scene."
The area outside the nightclub was cordoned off with police tape.
Anyone who witnessed anything suspicious or has any information is asked to contact Kent Police on 101.
Video: Police seal off scene after man dies outside nightclub
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