NY Giants star Janoris Jenkins says the man who was slaughtered at his New Jersey home was a "decent companion" - and it "harms my heart to realize that he's passed." TMZ Sports broke the story ... authorities found a dead body in Jenkins' storm cellar on June 26. The body was distinguished as music maker Roosevelt Rene, otherwise known as Trypps Beats. Janoris' sibling William Jenkins has been accused of irritated homicide in association with the demise.
Presently, Janoris is standing up, saying, "With lament and pity I wish to educate the fans, and general society a decent companion of mine Roosevelt Rene a.k.a. Trypps Beats was discovered dead at my place of living arrangement."
"Trypps was a decent companion and we were working together on music creation together. It genuinely harms my heart to know he has passed away."
"At the season of the episode I was in Florida getting ready to complete off my special visit. As this is a continuous occurrence, I can't answer any inquiries identified with the examination."
"I am appealing to God for Roosevelt and his family."