HoneyKomb Brazy: Four men accused of fierce murders of rapper’s grandparents
Last February, we shared the terrible news of the rapper HoneyKomb Brazy lost grandparents in shooting and house fires. Almost an year has passed since the murder, and now four men have been charged with murder.
As we reported earlier, in February 2021, Tony Lewis and Leila Lewis were killed after their home was shot and then set on fire due to gunfire. The murder came shortly after their grandson, Alabama rapper HoneyKomb Brazy, signed a subscription to Houston’s Rap-A-Lot Records. The rapper was emotionally devastated, feeling guilty for allowing them to “get carried away”. [his] ч * т ».
This week, 43-year-old convicted drug lord Darin Jamark “DD” Southall, 25-year-old Terence Sanchez Watkins, and 29-year-old Jamarcus Devanta Chambers, along with a fourth unnamed man, were charged with Lewis ’murders; held in the Mobile community, Alabama, Happy Hill. Tony reportedly died from gunshot wounds, and Leila died in a house explosion. Although all four have been charged with murder, it is noted that Southall is already serving a 35-year sentence for drugs and escape, which he pleaded guilty to in November.