The Disappearance of Three Rappers: A Tragic Summary

The disappearance of three rappers in the Detroit area has been a tragic story that has been unfolding for the past two weeks. Armani Kelly, Dante Wicker, and Montoya Givens were scheduled to perform at a club in Detroit on January 21, but the performance was canceled and their activity on their cell phones stopped early on January 22. The investigation took a grim turn when three bodies were found in an abandoned Highland Park apartment complex on Thursday.

Michigan State Police, who are leading the investigation, have not yet confirmed the identities of the victims. A homicide task force, troopers, and workers from their forensic lab are part of the investigation team at the complex. The city of Highland Park spokesperson, LaKisha Brown, said the bodies were found in Highland Park, roughly 6 miles northwest of Detroit.

A car connected to at least one of the three was found in the city of Warren, which is only a few miles from Highland Park, on January 23. The families of the three missing rappers are waiting for answers as the investigation continues. Michigan State Police tweeted, “Please remember all victims have families and we don’t have the luxury of guessing on their identity and then retracting if we didn’t get it right. Once information is confirmed we will update (on Twitter).”

The anticipation of the investigation has been heartbreaking for the families and friends of the three missing rappers. The search for answers and justice continues as Michigan State Police continue to investigate the case.