Savannah rapper’s journey on ‘America’s Got Talent’ comes to an end

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The ‘America’s Got Talent’ journey for a Savannah teen rapper who inspired millions with her powerful songs has come to an end.

14-year-old Flau’jae won’t be heading to the semifinals, but she’s undoubtedly made an impact during her time on AGT.

Flau’jae first performed an inspirational original song called “Guns Down” on the show, which served as a tribute to her father, rapper Camouflage. He was shot to death in 2003, just months before Flau’jae was born.

In her next performance, the teen won herself the Golden Buzzer from guest judge Chris Hardwick with her song “I Can’t Lose.”

With that, the teen moved straight past the judge cuts to the live shows.

On Tuesday night, Flau’jae performed another original called “Let Downs,” which had the whole audience waving their hands.

And while her performance wowed the crowd, the audience’s votes just weren’t there. Flau’jae was voted off Wednesday evening during the results show.

The Savannah rapper won’t be moving on for a chance at the $1 million prize, but she’s certainly made her hometown proud.

The Hostess City will be waiting for her next move. Until then, check out some of her AGT performances below:

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