The Disappearance of Three Rappers in Detroit: Unfortunate Discovery of Bodies
The tragic disappearance of three Detroit rappers has come to an unfortunate end. After 11 days of searching, Michigan State Police investigators discovered three bodies in the basement of an abandoned apartment building on McNichols west of Woodward. The bodies are believed to be those of Armani Kelly, Dante Wicker, and Montoya Givens, who were last seen together on January 21st after their show was canceled at Lounge 31 on Detroit’s east side.
The discovery of the three bodies has been a heartbreaking experience for the families of the missing rappers. “All I want is someone to tell me where he’s at so we can go home, and I can lay him to rest,” said Lorrie Kemp, Armani Kelly’s mother. She had a gut feeling that her son was gone and was waiting for confirmation from the police.
Unfortunately, the confirmation came on Thursday night when the bodies were discovered. Michigan State Police investigators were on the scene for hours, scouring the area and collecting evidence. The building is in poor condition, infested with rats, which is slowing the process of positive identification.
The families of the missing rappers are still awaiting word from the police. It is a difficult time for all of them, and their thoughts and prayers are with the families of the three men.
The disappearance of the three rappers has been a tragedy for the Detroit community. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of these men, and we hope that they can find peace and closure during this difficult time.