Ikeem Shamut Johnson was born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on May 26, 1987. He was lovingly raised by his parents Kim Johnson and Charles Burrell and his Mom-Mom Burnadine Burrell. He was the youngest of three children.
Ikeem also known as Keem, educated in the Philadelphia Public School System and received his high school Diploma at YouthBuild Charter School Ikeem maintained a career as a Philadelphia City Worker in the Sanitation Department. He was working towards advancing his career by recently obtaining his CDL. Ikeem was a devout Muslim, full of Strength, Kindness, intelligence, and Humor. His integrity was as boundless as his generosity. Never one to see anyone in need. It was part of his nature to put others needs before his own, with no complaint, he was a true “Legend” and will leave a great void in the lives of his loved ones.
Family meant everything to Ikeem. He was an amazing and proud father to his son Noah. Ikeem was a pillar of love and honor, with a smile that would light up the room . When in his presence you felt loved. Ikeem was the epitome of a good time, with his laughter and laid-back personality. He loved sports, loved to play video games, and would take a bowl of love to play video games, and would take a bowl of cereal over anything, but being a father Trumped all.
Ikeem was preceded in death by his grandfather Ronald Collins and Uncle Rodney.
Ikeem memory will live on through his son: Noah Johnson, Parents, Kim Johnson and Charles Burnell, sister: Khajiya and (Twin) Ikeya, grandparents: Veronica and Gary Johnson, Mom-Mom Bernadine Burrell, partner: Hafeezah Gilliard, aunt: Dolly, uncles: Bernard, Troy, Ronald, Carlos, and Marty, nephew and niece: Khamani and Kailey, godchildren: Khafiyah and Saahir, and a host of cousin, extended family and friends