This isn’t going to end will for someone…
2 American Men Arrested For Irish Woman’s Death After Nicki Minaj Show In Tokyo
Two American men have reportedly been arrested in Tokyo in connection with the death of a female Irish exchange student, who was found dead in a hotel room early Thursday after attending a Nicki Minaj concert.
Japanese media reported that Nicola Furlong, 21, of County Wexford, Ireland, was discovered strangled at the Keio Plaza Hotel in central Tokyo at around 3:20 a.m.
One of the suspects, a 19-year-old musician, was alone in the room with Furlong when hotel staffers responded to complaints about loud noise found her, The Japan Times reported.
Furlong and a 21-year-old friend had met the musician and his 23-year-old friend, a dancer, after the show in the city’s Koto Ward, the newspaper said.
The men invited the Irish women back to their hotel room, and the group hopped in a cab, where one of the men was reported to have groped Furlong’s friend.
After arriving at the hotel, the four paired off, with Furlong going into one room with the 19-year-old and the other two going to another room, Agence France-Presse reported.
Hotel staffers later found Furlong on the floor near the bed, while the man was standing nearby. There were no signs that anyone else had entered the room.
She was pronounced dead later at a local hospital.
Furlong was in her third year studying international business and language at Dublin City University.
The “23-year-old dancer” that was arrested was a man named James Jamari Blackston aka “King Tight”. Mr. Tight is said to be a “You Got Served” friend Rick Ross’ of newly signed artist “Maybach O”. As you can see from the picture below, these two must have been pretty close at some point.
One thing is for sure, and two is for certain, Tokyo is NOT the place you want to be locked up for anything much less murder. No dancing out of this one fellas…
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