Rapper 21 Savage pays tribute to brother stabbed to death in Brixton

A United States based rapper has paid tribute to his brother who was stabbed to death in Brixton.

21 Savage, whose real name is Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, posted on Instagram about his brother Terrell Davis, 27, who was killed in Brixton early on Sunday evening while reportedly taking shopping to his grandmother.

21 Savage said: “Can’t believe somebody took you baby bro I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that s**t back.”


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Terrell, who rapped under the name TM1way, was found in Ramillies Close, near Brixton Hill, at around 6pm on Sunday with stab wounds, he was later pronounced dead at the scene.

Terrell’s and 21 Savages’s sister, Kyra Davis, also posted a tribute on Monday night.

She wrote: “I don’t even know what to say. My heart is in pieces.

“I love you more than words can say. Rest in perfect peace Terrell.”

A Metropolitan Police statement said: “Police are investigating a fatal stabbing after they were called at 17:59hrs on Sunday 22 November by the London Ambulance Service to a location in Ramillies Close, Lambeth.

“Officers attended, along with colleagues from the London Air Ambulance, but the 27-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.

“The man’s next of kin have been informed and they are being supported by specially trained officers.

“No arrests have been made at this stage. A crime scene remains in place at the location, and officers are continuing their enquires.”

Pictured: 21 Savage (PA), and performing live (Ralph Arvesen)


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