Horrorcore rap maintains a steady popularity amongst a niche community but very few fans would actually like to see to the genre come to life.
For a small town in Massachusetts, the reality has become surreal. And gruesome. A rapper who goes by the name of Re Clipz is being sought out by police for questioning connected with a man whose body parts were found burning in two different locations.
Reggie Cummings, 25 — a performer who goes by the name Re Clipz — has not been seen at his Salisbury home since the first heap of body parts were found torched more than 70 miles away outside a state psychiatric hospital in Bridgewater on Nov. 13, Fox 25 News reported.
Law enforcement sources told Fox 25 News that investigators searched Cummings' home, which he leased in September.
Most of the home was in disarray, but an upstairs bathroom was unusually spotless, one source told the news station. A shower curtain and a floor rug were missing from the bathroom, which had been wiped clean, the source said.
If that sounds suspicious, there's more to the story. Hip-Hop Wired also checked Cummings' Facebook which hadn't been updated since November 1 to find the last message of "im kinda lost but im trying to find my way." Facebook revelations have been common association with heinous crimes as of late.
Earlier in the week, a man in Colorado shot and killed his infant daughter shortly after turning to the social network service to broadcast it.
Located in the gallery are several pics of
Clipz Cummings and the video to his single, "No Doubt About It" which should garner plenty of LOL's.
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