A Detroit-area rapper, Supa Emcee, is currently facing charges after allegedly stabbing his wife to death. Supa Emcee, who had a scene cut from the movie 8 Mile, is now at the center of a tragic and shocking incident.
According to local network WDIV, a suspect named Jimmie Brown has been accused of brutally stabbing Kelly Ann Mays, a 49-year-old woman, 17 times inside an apartment last week on January 7th.
Celeste, the daughter of Mays, made a grim discovery when she entered her mother’s apartment. Sensing that something was amiss, she stumbled upon her lifeless body.
During an interview with Fox 2 Detroit, she recounted the moment when she felt her foot and noticed that it was cold. A person has expressed their distressing experience of having recurring nightmares that haunt them every time they fall asleep. There is strong animosity towards [Brown] as he is disowned by the speaker. “Now I have to take care of my sister, who is 14 years old, and it’s a significant responsibility,” the individual expressed.
According to authorities, Brown voluntarily surrendered to the Westland Police Department shortly afterwards.
According to Fox 2 In a shocking turn of events, it has been revealed that Detroit, Brown, and Mays had been in a relationship for a staggering 13 years. However, disturbing reports have emerged suggesting a troubling history of violence between the couple. Mays’ daughters had previously pleaded with her to separate from Brown. They eventually parted ways at the start of the year, but continued to stay in contact.
According to WDIV, Mays was recognized for her role as a domestic violence survivor, activist, and poet who collaborated with Haven, a non-profit organization in Oakland County, Michigan, dedicated to assisting victims.
Haven CEO Christine Kinal described the individual as a remarkable poet, survivor, advocate, and mother, highlighting their beautiful soul. Kelly Ann Mays has had a profound impact on the people she has met.
In a significant development, Brown has been charged with first-degree murder and is currently being held in custody. Next Thursday, he will be making his way back to court for his probable cause conference. If convicted, Brown could potentially face a life sentence.
In a recent interview on the Kid L Podcast, Brown revealed that his scene in 8 Mile didn’t make it to the final cut. According to him, the filmmakers mishandled the shooting of the freestyle rap battle scenes, leading to his exclusion.
“I think the real reason why they took those clips out of the movie is because they shot it wrong, because they had us all battling him,” he said around the 15:35 mark. If you ever was in a battle, I wouldn’t be in a battle… with 15 other rappers, and me just [battling] all of them … “It doesn’t happen that way,”
During the podcast, he made the assertion that he continues to receive royalty payments from the 2002 film, despite not appearing in the final version. He further emphasized, “I still receive financial compensation for that particular production.” Whenever you come across 8 Mile, make sure to watch and stream it, as we continue to receive financial compensation for its popularity. “Thank you, Eminem,” the individual expressed.
In a tragic turn of events, the rapper’s recent arrest follows the untimely passing of another 8 Mile alum, Nashawn Breedlove, also known as Ox. Breedlove tragically lost his life at the age of 46 due to a fatal overdose of fentanyl and cocaine back in September. In the film, Breedlove’s character, Lotto, had a showdown with Eminem’s B-Rabbit.