Rapper MC Black was discovered dead in the sea after being ‘tortured.’


MC Black, a rapper, was discovered dead in the sea after being ‘tortured.’

After being missing for two days, the 20-year-old rapper MC Black was discovered dead in the sea on the beach of Leste-Oeste with injuries from a sharp object on Wednesday.

After the tortured body of Brazilian rapper MC Black was discovered in the sea, a murder investigation was launched.

After going missing for two days, rapper Francisco Ytalo Oliveira de Queiroz was discovered on Wednesday at a popular beach resort in Fortaleza.

After telling relatives that he was going to Iracema Beach to record some new content for his social media accounts, the 20-year-old vanished.

He allegedly left around 8 a.m. to go to the bank and was expected to return a few hours later, according to family members.

When Queiroz did not return home, his family followed his motorbike tracker to the beach, where they were informed of an attack by terrified witnesses.

According to news site G1, they told family members that they saw two men with sticks forcing the singer to walk to a car.

Sadly, his body was discovered by swimmers off Leste-Oeste Beach on Wednesday morning with injuries caused by a sharp object.

Despite his family’s denials that he was involved in any gang activity, it is thought that he was targeted by criminals for straying onto “rival territory.”

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Another Brazilian rapper, MC Kevin, died in Rio de Janeiro earlier this year after allegedly meeting with Bianca Domingues, 26, and his friend Victor Fontanelle for a booze-and-sex-fueled night.

Kevin Nascimento Bueno, a 23-year-old singer, had only been married to his lawyer wife Deolane Bezerra for a few weeks.

After a friend was told by the singer’s security guard that his wife, who was also staying at the hotel, was looking for him, Mr Bueno was said to have gone out to hide on the balcony.

“He was at the party, and I went there to call him home,” the victim’s father, Jones de Araujo, told G1.

“He hugged me, told me he loved me, and promised to be with me until the end of his days.”

That’s when the confusion with his friends started next to us, and he went to separate them.

“I couldn’t stand looking at my son’s bloody head.”

He pointed his gun at me when I went after the person who opened fire.

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