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Police identify city musician suspected of pushing British girlfriend off apartment – PHOTOS

Police have released the identity of a Nairobi musician arrested for allegedly pushing his British girlfriend from their sixth floor apartment in Lavington.

Police say Bradley Juma Obomi, his stage name Trap King Chrome, is suspected to have commiited the crime on Tuesday morning.

PHOTO | Bradley Juma Obomi
Bradley Juma Obomi | PHOTO COURTESY

He released a single earlier this year called Bring ‘Em Out produced by Grandpa Records.

He allegedly pushed his girlfriend who had come to visit him after they had a quarrel.

The British woman, identified as Tinu Amy Collins, is currently admitted at a Nairobi Hospital in serious condition.

Tinu Amy Collins. PHOTO | COURTESY
Tinu Amy Collins. PHOTO | COURTESY

According to their neighbours at Sunny Hill apartment, the two always had violent quarrels whenever the girlfriend was around.

Police say Mr Obomi has been uncooperative with investigators.

He is still under police custody and will be arraigned in court as investigations continue.

PHOTO | COURTESY
PHOTO | COURTESY