According to reports, new details have emerged surrounding the death of rapper HoneyKomb Brazy’s grandparents who died in a house fire last year. Investigators believe the fire was sparked in response to a Facebook post.
Currently, Terrance Watkins and Jamarcus Chambers are charged with murder for the setting the house ablaze on Feb 17, 2021 after firing multiple shots in the house under the direction of accused drug kingpin Darrin Southall. Investigators blame the gunshots for causing the eventual house fire.
Assistant District Attorney for the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office Louis Walker said of Southall, “His involvement is as what we call an aider and abettor which is that he was helping plan and organize and encouraging the three individuals that were in the car.”
The state says this all began from a Facebook post from an associate of the couple’s grandson, whose real name is Nashon Jones. The associate is also a rapper, known as OMB Peezy. The state argues the post angered Watkins, and he felt disrespected so they hatched the plan. And the home was a target because it would ‘hurt Jones.’