Man charged with murder of 21 Savage’s brother

Tyrece Fuller to appear at Old Bailey for first hearing on Wednesday

Terrell Davis, who was killed as he reportedly took shopping to his grandmother in Ramillies Close, Brixton Hill
Terrell Davis, who was killed as he reportedly took shopping to his grandmother in Ramillies Close, Brixton Hill
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A man has been charged with the murder of rapper 21 Savage’s brother, Terrell Davis.

Tyrece Fuller, 21, appeared via video link before Bromley Magistrates court on Monday. He was accused of murdering Davis, 27, and also faces one count of possessing a knife.

It was reported that Davis, 27, had been taking shopping to his grandmother when he was fatally stabbed. The incident took place in Ramillies Close, Brixton Hill in south London, just before 6pm on 22 November.

Paramedics and an air ambulance crew attended the incident but Mr Davis was pronounced dead at the scene.

Mr Fuller has been remanded fun custody until his next appearance, and a first hearing is due to take place on 2 December. Judge Vanessa Lloyd sent the case the the Central Criminal Court.

Sher’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, known as rapper 21 Savage, paid tribute to his brother in an Instagram post, which showed a picture of the two of them.

He said: “Can’t believe somebody took you baby bro I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that s*** back.”

Mr Fuller, from Tavy Close in Lambeth, is due to appear at the Old Bailey on Wednesday.

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