Rapper Woozy The Goat Accused Of Murdering His Grandparents In St. Louis
Authorities in St. Louis accused aspiring rapper Woozy The Goat murdering his grandparents after a potential mental breakdown. Moreover, a Friday (March 24) TMZ report indicates that the artist, real name Davionne McRoberts, went to a psych ward in Missouri earlier this week while covered in blood and confessed that he murdered Donald and Kathy McRoberts. Furthermore, police found the couple dead on Tuesday (March 21) and began a search for McRoberts. Not only that, but the report suggests that Woozy had a mental breakdown and shot his grandparents, yet police didn't determine any other motives.
That being said, McRoberts posted some concerning messages to his Facebook page before the murders. This suggests that either he premeditated the killings or went through some sort of crisis before the incident. "WHO WANNA DIE TODAY? Y'all don't believe me? Come show me I'm not god," one message read. Another took an even stranger turn. "Hey I really am god truly everyone I'm trying to help you all but I came to terms y'all got too comfy in hell I'm not trying to take peoples money when I say donate to $WoozyTheGoat I'm trying to show y'all new life."
St. Louis Rapper Woozy The Goat Accused Of Murdering Grandparents
Meanwhile, this echoes another gruesome story that took place in 2013, when a Chicago rapper put out a hit on his mother. However, that case seemed directly motivated by money. Moreover, a then-23-year-old Young QC, real name Qaw'mane Wilson, hired a hitman to attack his mother. Afterwards, he took all the money in her bank accounts and modified the Mustang that he received as a gift from her. In addition, he posted a YouTube video the same year of him withdrawing $20,000 from a Chase Bank and throwing it out to fans.
Wilson then got hit with a 99-year prison sentence, whereas the shooter Eugene Spencer received 100 years of jail time. According to reports, Wilson "merely nodded" as the judge read his sentence. Disturbingly, the now-33-year-old had some words to say about the incident. "I just want to say, nobody loved my mother more than me," he reportedly expressed. "She was all I had. That's it." For the latest crime stories within the rap game, come back to HNHH.