Rapper Kidd Creole arrested in fatal stabbing of homeless man in Midtown

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 3, 2017

Rapper Kidd Creole - one of the founding members of the legendary hip-hop group, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 5 - has been charged with murder for the stabbing of a homeless man in Midtown.

Rap legend The Kidd Creole has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a homeless man to death in NY. Police sources said he was a registered sex offender with 17 arrests on his record, the most recent happening in June.

'They had no prior relationship. "It was some sort of diss".

Nathaniel Glover, aka, The Kidd Creole of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, has been charged in the deadly stabbing of a homeless man in Midtown, Manhattan, according to police.

Authorities responding to a 911 call had initially thought the man was passed out drunk until they saw multiple stab wounds. During the fight, the homeless man was stabbed.

The man was rushed to Bellevue Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

First responders were surprised to see multiple stab wounds in the chest of the man found at the corner of E. 44th St. and Third Ave., police said Wednesday.


Glover is originally from the Bronx.

Glover was part of a group that introduced rap to a mainstream audience with social commentary hits. The group is best known for their 1982 song, "The Message". "I'm trying not to lose my head".

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