Rapper Antwain Steward, also known as “Twain Gotti”, was arrested earlier this month and charged with the double murder of two friends after he bragged about the killing in a rap song.
The Virginia native is accused of killing Brian Dean and Christopher Horton back on May 10, 2007. The then 16-year-old friends were shot and killed on their porch but the case went cold after police were unable to nail a suspect.
The song, which includes the line “Everybody saw when I f***in choked him, but nobody saw when I f***in smoked him”, was included on his song “Ride Out” from 2007.
The Huffington Post reports, Steward is being held without bond on two counts of felony murder, two counts of use of a firearm and one count of unlawfully discharging a firearm.
Steward was an original suspect.
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