Rapper Juvenile is in a "devastated" state of shock following the shooting death of his four-year-old daughter.
The bodies of tragic Jelani, her 11-year-old stepsister Micaiah and their policewoman mother Joy Deleston, 39, were found with gunshot wounds at their Atlanta, Georgia home on Thursday.
Jelani’s stepbrother Anthony Tyrone Terrell Jr., 17, has been charged with all three murders. Jelani was the daughter of Juvenile - real name Terius Gray - with Deleston.
The hip-hop star’s manager Aubrey Francis admits Juvenile is struggling to come to terms with the tragedy.
He says, "It really shocked him and devastated him to the point where I’ve never seen him before. Right now he is relaxing and trying to grasp everything of what has happened." High school student Terrell Jr. remains in custody at the DeKalb County jail.
In 2003, a DNA test confirmed Juvenile was Jelani’s father and the rapper was arrested for abandonment of a dependent child.
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