The mystery deepens when three missing rappers are found dead in a Detroit apartment complex after a canceled hip-hop show
The bodies of three rappers who have been missing for two weeks have been found in an apartment complex.
Police confirmed the remains belonged to three men who had not been seen since a show in Detroit, Michigan, was canceled earlier this month.
The men have been identified as rappers Armani Kelly, Dante Wicker and Montoya Givens.
Authorities searched for the men for several weeks before they were found in the Highland Park building.
Kelly performed under the name Marley Whoop and was scheduled to perform at a birthday party at Lounge 31 on January 21.
Givens’ mother, Cat Fogle, was notified by police of the dire discovery around 4.30am Thursday.
“They told me they found the three bodies… I don’t know what I’m going to do; how I’m going to bury him,” she told The Detroit News.
Kelly had reportedly told his fiancée, Taylor Perrin, that the show was canceled due to an equipment issue, so he planned to meet up with some friends and scout for other open gigs.
However, Perrin said Kelly stopped responding to calls and texts after 7:30 p.m.
Wicker was also scheduled to perform on the couch under this rap name, “B12,” police said.
Kelly picked up Wicker and Givens en route to the show, but his car was found in the Queen’s Court apartment complex with the license plate missing.
A Detroit home was raided by police, resulting in a person of interest being produced for questioning, The Detroit News reported.
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