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Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five is etched in history as one of the pioneers of this genre we all love called hip hop.
One of its members Kidd Creole is now in big trouble after being charged with stabbing and killing a homeless man.
According to NBC New York:
Glover confessed to stabbing the man, later identified as 55-year-old John Jolly, though a motivation for the killing has not been released, the sources said. He was walked from a police precinct Wednesday night in handcuffs.
Jolly, a homeless man, was found with three stab wounds to his chest near Third Avenue and East 44th Street shortly before midnight on Tuesday, according to sources, who said he may have been stabbed somewhere else before collapsing at the spot a couple of blocks from Grand Central Terminal. Jolly is a convicted sex offender, according to records.
He was taken to Bellevue Hospital and pronounced dead less than an hour later, sources said, adding that he had been staying at a homeless shelter in the Bowery and had 17 prior arrests.
Glover had been working security at a building on 44th Street, which ended up being the same where the victim was found.