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Michigan Music Community Mourns Loss Of 3 Rappers Bodies Found In Apartment!

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Three remains discovered Thursday in the Detroit area belong to three rappers who had been missing for about two weeks, a city spokeswoman said.

According to Michigan State Police, who are in charge of the investigation and have not been able to confirm whether the bodies belong to the three missing rappers, they were discovered in a “rat-infested” abandoned apartment complex in Highland Park, about 6 miles northwest. from Detroit.

Lieutenant Mike Shaw stated in a tweet update on Friday morning that “due to weather conditions and the circumstances of the victims, it cannot be determined by sight alone.”

According to LaKisha Brown, a spokeswoman for Highland Park, the bodies are believed to belong to the missing rappers.

“As of now, we have not confirmed the identity of any victims within or a method of death,” the Michigan State Police Second District said. tweeted Thursday. “Please remember that all victims have families, and we don’t have the luxury of guessing and retracting their identities if we didn’t get it right. Once the information is confirmed, we will update.

Armani Kelly, 28, Dante Wicker, 31, and Montoya Givens, 31, were three men who went missing; band members whose January 21 concert at a Detroit club was canceled, authorities said. They stopped using their cell phones in early January 22, according to investigators.

Kelly’s mother, who reported him missing the next day, initially told police about their disappearance, according to Michael McGinnis, major crimes commander for the Detroit Police Department. This week, McGinnis said, “That mother got very aggressive in the investigation and started looking for her vehicle through OnStar.”

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According to McGinnis, she discovered the vehicle near Warren, Michigan, not far from Highland Park. On January 23, authorities were able to retrieve the car.

“Other relatives of the other missing people find out it’s a friend of their loved ones, and they haven’t seen them either, so then they’re both reported missing,” McGinnis said as news of Kelly’s disappearance gained national attention.

A homicide task force was at the Highland Park complex Thursday night, according to state police. State police reported that forensic scientists from the state police lab also entered the building and began gathering information. “The building is in a terrible state and has rats in it that are slowing down progress.”

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