The rapper tattooed with the neck tattoo is arrested after a blood-soaked man with a fatal head wound was found in Surfers Paradise – weeks after he wrote: "This time I'm going in and there's no going back."
- Coskun Marius 26, arrested by police in Coffs Harbor on Sunday afternoon
- He is delivered to the Gold Coast, where the police investigate a murder
- Dre Nova was found dead in his apartment at Surfers Paradise on Friday at 5:15 p.m.
- The 38-year-old victim was covered in blood and had a fatal head wound
A rapper who spoke of being tough and never resigning was arrested after a man was violently killed in Surfers Paradise.
Coskun Marius 26 was arrested by the NSW police in Coffs Harbor on Sunday afternoon and is extradited to the Gold Coast, where the police investigate Dre Nova’s death.
Nova, 38, was found in a house in Surfers Paradise, covered in blood with a fatal head wound, at around 5:15 p.m. on Friday and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Marius, also known as "CJ", was known to the victim and is believed to have been on the property at the time of the incident.
The Brisbane rapper has tattoos on his neck and one on his hand that says: "Bi # @ h don't kill my mood".
Coskun Marius 26 was arrested by the NSW police in Coffs Harbor on Sunday afternoon and is extradited to the Gold Coast, where the police investigate Dre Nova’s death
Police said the wounds were not self-inflicted and an autopsy was being performed to determine Nova's cause of death.
"The relationship between Marius and the deceased is that they are acquaintances," said acting detective inspector Matthew Ward.
“But I cannot comment on the extent of this relationship.
& # 39; He (Marius) was identified as present at the time and will be able to make a significant contribution to the investigation.
“He has been present in the Surfers Paradise area for some time. In addition, we are still building up background knowledge about the deceased. & # 39;
According to The Gold Coast Bulletin, Marius was at Mr. Nova when he died.
The Brisbane rapper has tattoos on his neck and one on his hand that says, "Bi # @ h don't kill my mood."
His Facebook page shows that he shared several photos of his family and a young girl who is believed to be his daughter.
"I just want to speak to my daughter, please …" he wrote on May 2nd.
He also shared inspirational quotes on his page and ran another public Facebook page as an artist where he shares his latest music.
"I never lost music, I just misplaced it," he wrote.
"Play it safe if I think this is the standard of society that I have to adhere to to be happy and raise my babies," the post said.
& # 39; The fire is still lit and I have unlimited fuel. This time I go in and there is no going back. & # 39;
He wrote on a Facebook picture: "Hard times never last, but hard people do".
He wrote on a Facebook picture: "Hard times never last, but hard people do."
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