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  /  11.29.2020


A man has officially been charged for the stabbing death of 21 Savage’s little brother, Terrell Davis. According to multiple U.K. outlets such as BBC and The Guardian, Tyrece Fuller was arrested and charged with murder this weekend.

Furthermore, the 21-year-old will face Bromley magistrates on Monday (Nov. 30). In England, magistrates are judicial officers who are elected by judges of the high court of a particular English state in order to maintain law and order.

As REVOLT previously reported, Davis was out shopping with his grandmother in London last week when he got into an argument with the man we now know as Fuller. The verbal confrontation took a bad turn when Fuller stabbed him. Paramedics as well as air ambulance attempted to save Davis life. Unfortunately, he was pronounced dead at the scene.

The next day, Savage broke the news on his social media. “Can’t believe somebody took you baby bro,” he captioned the post of the two of them during their youth. In another pic in his slideshow, Savage showed Davis as an adult. “I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that shit back.”

The late 27-year-old was also a rapper who went by the stage name TM1way. He even released a single named “Monster” last year.

The Guardian reports, “On Sunday the Metropolitan police said detectives investigating the killing had charged a man with murder. Tyrece Fuller, 21, of Tavy Close, Lambeth, is due to appear in custody at Bromley magistrates court on Monday.

“A Met police spokesperson said this week: ‘Terrell’s family are distraught and we are providing them with support via specially trained officers as they begin to grieve for him.’”

Savage has yet to react to this latest development. We’ll keep you updated as more details about the case are revealed.




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