HALIFAX • A rapper who made a heartfelt plea for an end to violence after a series of killings in Halifax earlier this year has been charged with murder in a weekend killing.Jes' keepin' it real, yo.
Carvel Clayton, 21, was arrested Sunday and charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 21-year-old Shakur Jefferies.
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Carvel Clayton, who goes by the stage name Certi, is trying to make a difference with his music and help his community. He’s trying to send a message of solidarity and provide some comfort to all those scared.Think I'm gonna file this under "expert testimony."
“I hope this will end soon. People here involved in bad things need to better themselves, and realize killing each other won’t do much. People will just end up dead or in jail.”
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Twenty-four-year-old Sifeddine Bilachi is facing nine charges, including trafficking in persons, assault, and overcoming resistance by attempting to choke and suffocate.Hmmm.
Nacim Hamouni, 25, faces six charges including trafficking in persons, advertising another person’s sexual services, and possession of the proceeds of crime.