Rapper’s Body Found Shot and Burned

hip hop, rappers, rap

by S. Renee Greene, Your Black World 

The New York Daily News reported that Brooklyn-born Flatbush-raised rapper, Kampane, better known asRhian Stoute, was killed by gunshot wound. His body was found around 8 a.m. on Tuesday. He was shot and then torched inside of a black Chevy Tahoe with New York plates. His body and the torched SUV was found in Paramus (Bergen County), New Jersey.

The up-and-coming rap star was so badly burned, reports stated, that it took a day for police to identify the body. Police believe he was killed elsewhere and then taken to Paramus, where the body was torched. Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said “We do not believe it [the murder] occurred at the location where the vehicle and body were discovered.”

“Everybody loved him,” said Russell Jackson, Kampane’s 33-year-old cousin. “We’re shocked. It’s very confusing…This is out of nowhere.” Kampane was 33 years old at the time of his death. He was not married and reportedly did not have children. He was promoting his new single “What You Drinking On.”

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S. Renee Greene is a former news clerk/staff writer with the Columbus (GA) Ledger-Enquirer, a biographer and historian, and is currently owner ofGreeneInk Digital Media News Association, an SEO content and news aggregator company. GreeneInk also develops static websites for small businesses, and provides writing and ghostwriting services for individuals and companies.
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  1. Its sad to hear of incidents of this nature,it just nothing that an individual could have done to warrant this kind of brutial death,bit we must change the way we do things and an if we feel that we our life is at risk the we should hire protection specialist/body guards, by stan nolley intra-scope close protection and security services.

      • Anonymous
      • August 24th, 2011

      i found that we can never justify why or when it is someones time to go.i realized that life is predestined and we should enjoy the day we have like the good book say its not promised.cherish it it is a gift.i didn’t know how to love until my brother was killed and gone.i realized i never told him i loved him or any of my brothers a lesson was given to me from his death.let go and let God is the best thing to do because then knew chapters in your life will be awakend when we make it through the pain.i pray his family will be awaked to cherish whatever need be cherished.this world is only going to get worse

  2. wow lots of brother’s make it till there dream an never get to enjoy it dreams come quick an dreams go quick God bless his family ……………….

    • tracey
    • August 20th, 2011

    LET GO AND LET GOD this is so sad we as humans have to stop the madness , killing one another life is bigger than that we are all here for a reason and we must find your place . GOD BLESS THE FAMILY AND BELIEVE.

      • Anonymous
      • August 23rd, 2011

      Let go of fear, shame………someone knows, and that someone should tell.

    • ironset
    • August 21st, 2011

    After comming of age in the Golden Era of Rap Music I really long for the days when our music for the most part was for the people….RIP Stoute

    • Anonymous
    • August 21st, 2011

    That is so sad, God be with his family it is time for people to come together. and love one another

    • Traci
    • August 22nd, 2011

    After years of Rap Artist saying they are just “keeping it real”, is this the life that they intended?

    The Rap Game is over. And the sooner these young men realize it for what it was. A pyramid scheme – where 5 make it to the top and thousands are on the bottom. The ones on the bottom – shoot,mame,torch,kill on another – for no real reason. The 5 on the top sell their soul to the devil – and The Label – just to claim they “made it”.
    RIP to the youngman that lost his life – in this struggle. The game goes on. How many more young black men will die – while waiting to get their mixtape played on the radio? — Just keeping it real!

      • Anonymous
      • August 23rd, 2011

      keep it real …..someone knows, and someone should tell.

      • Anonymous
      • August 23rd, 2011

      Someone kows, and someone should tell.

    • D.a.g
    • August 23rd, 2011

    I wonder who or what this fella pissed off?

    • STAN NOLLEY
    • September 3rd, 2011

    I WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO ACCEPT THIS KIND OF TREAMENT AMONG HUMANS,I DON’T NO OF ANYTHING THAT ANYONE COULD HAVE DONE ARE INPIRED TO DO THAT WOULD HAVE WARRANT THIS KIND OF SAD KILLING,MY PRAYERS GOE’S OUT TO FLASHBUSH FAMILY. STAN NOLLEY OF INTRA-SCOPE PRPTECTION SERVICE’S ATLANTA,GEORGIA.

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