St. Louis rapper Woozy The Goat, whose real name is Davionne McRoberts (25) shocked the nation with his sickening story. The 25-year-old rapper has been arrested for murdering his grandparents after he waltzed into a psychiatric ward covered in blood. Read on to learn more about this incident.
St. Louis rapper, Woozy The Goat has left the nation in shock with his sickening act. The 25-year-old rapper waltzed straight into a psychiatric ward, covered in blood after he turned himself in on Wednesday (March 22). The rapper was arrested for the murder of his grandparents, who were found dead in their home.
Woozy Claims That He Is God…
After allegedly murdering his grandparents, Woozy The Goat surrendered himself to the psych ward. Details regarding the case are still not clear, but it came out that local law enforcement was looking for the rapper before he walked into the psych ward, covered in blood.
It is unclear if the rapper actually suffers from a particular mental illness, but his act suggests the same. The 25-year-old artist has a very small social media following. He has dropped limited songs on SoundCloud during his career. The local rapper’s top songs have garnered around 8,000 listens on the app.
Woozy posted some extremely disturbing messages on Facebook before his grandparents were killed. The rapper declared himself as God in some of the posts. In one of the messages, he wrote, “WHO WANNA DIE TODAY? Y’all don’t believe me? Come show me I’m not god.”
Another message reads, “Hey I really am god truly everyone I’m trying to help you all but I came to terms with y’all got too comfy in hell I’m not trying to take people’s money when I say donate to $WoozyTheGoat I’m trying to show y’all new life …”
Not only this, but he also claimed the same as he marched towards his relative’s home before surrendering himself. “He knocked at my door and said, ‘It’s God,”‘ Pamela McRoberts, Donald’s sister, told in an interview.
She continued, “He was talking about how he was God and we were all going to die. He said, ‘I’m going to rewrite the Bible,’ and that it would all be revealed at the next family reunion. Once he got done pacing and crying and jumping up and down, he left. When he left my home, I called my brother. I said, ‘He’s not talking right.’” The case is still under investigation and Donald and Kathy’s cause of death still remains unclear.