Roc Nation’s K. Koke Acquitted of Attempted Murder
U.K. Roc Nation signee K. Koke has been acquitted of attempted murder.
Back in June, the 26-year-old rapper, born Kevin Georgiou, was accused of shooting a 27-year-old South London man in the back during a dispute in a train station in Georgiou’s native Stonebridge, following a soccer tournament.
Yesterday (Nov. 3), Georgiou was officially acquitted of the charges, and immediately sent out a relieved tweet, “Yo f–inhell s—s crazy I’m bk lol,” he wrote. “Its good 2 b bk ima show man how 2 do it proper I’m still the man of the year an iv been gone for months.”
The victim has made a complete recovery, according to reports, however the trial of the three teenaged boys and 17-year-old girl is still ongoing.
“They ain’t got no evidence. It’s just bulls— really,” the Jay-Z signee said in an interview, prior to his acquittal. “I shouldn’t even be here.”