After Perm’s tragic passing, Dillian Whyte’s close buddy pays tribute

After Perm’s tragic passing, Dillian Whyte’s close buddy pays tribute

The two victims of a gangland shooting in south London have been identified as the drill rapper son of a well-known boxing promoter and a tragic 21-year-old delivery driver who was just minutes away from completing his job.

Rapper Perm (pictured), the son of Dean Whyte, a close friend of the British boxing heavyweight Dillian Whyte, was gunned down by a shooter in Brixton last night following a two-vehicle pursuit.Friends of Guilherme Messias Da Silva (pictured) say the scooter rider was delivering his final takeaway of the evening when he was injured during the gun attack in Brixton, south London, last night

Rapper Perm, the son of Dean Whyte, a close friend of British heavyweight boxer Dillian Whyte, was shot dead Friday night in Brixton, south London, after a two-vehicle pursuit.

The car chase resulted in the unfortunate death of delivery driver Guilherme Messias Da Silva, who was struck by a vehicle carrying the rapper while riding his delivery scooter.

According to authorities, the drill star leaped out of the vehicle and attempted to outrun his gun-wielding pursuer, but was shot by his killer, who then fled the scene.

Today, boxing manager Dean, who frequently refers to the heavyweight boxer as his brother, made the announcement on Instagram.

Dean, who has become famous in his own right for helping to promote Dillian’s fights, sent a heartfelt message on Instagram: “R.I.P. my boy. Daddy loves u. Life has changed irrevocably’British boxer Dillian Whyte (pictured) has today paid tribute to close friend's son after his sudden death. Though Dean and Dillian have often referred to each other as brothers, the pair are, in reality, good friends. They have also worked together on Dillian's boxing career

This morning, the 34-year-old heavyweight fighter published his Instagram story with a bunch of broken heart emojis.

It follows claims by coworkers of Deliveroo driver Guilhereme that he was minutes away from finishing his shift when he was shot and died on Sunday.

According to the driver’s friends, he was knocked off his bicycle and gravely injured while delivering the evening’s last takeout order.

Today, condolences were paid to Guilherme, who is thought to have resided in the United Kingdom for the past two years after relocating from his hometown of Petrolina de Goias near the Brazilian city of Brasilia.

Paulo Silva, 42, a fellow driver, described him as a “nice lad” and “young” and that he had planned to return to Brazil in December.

He stated, “He was a gentleman.” It is terribly tragic. He had intended to return to Brazil soon, but that will not occur at this time.

Rapper Perm (shown on the left), the son of Dean Whyte, a close friend of British heavyweight boxer Dillian Whyte, was shot dead in Brixton last night after a two-vehicle pursuit.

The car chase resulted in the unfortunate death of delivery driver Guilherme Messias Da Silva, who was riding his delivery scooter when he was struck by the rapper’s vehicle.

Today, British boxer Dillian Whyte (pictured) paid tribute to the son of a close friend following his unexpected death.

Dean and Dillian have frequently referred to one other as brothers, yet they are actually close friends. Additionally, they have collaborated on Dillian’s boxing career.

Dean and Dillian have frequently referred to one other as brothers, yet they are actually close friends. Additionally, they have collaborated on Dillian’s boxing career.

It is not yet known how either of the victims died, however it is believed that Guilherme was knocked off his bicycle during the shooting. Images from the site depict a damaged automobile and a scooter (pictured)

Vehicle debris is visible on Railton Road, Brixton, following yesterday’s gun incident that resulted in the deaths of two persons.

Police remain at the scene of the incident on Railton Road this morning. Photographs depict a crashed motorcycle and a wrecked automobile following the event on Sunday evening.

Another Deliveroo employee who did not wish to be identified stated that he was a “really kind man who had become an innocent victim.”

A close friend tweeted a tribute to Guilherme on social media in Portuguese: ‘Yet another asphalt warrior, modest boy, he sacrificed his life working during a gunfight between gangs in Brixton; he was fatally struck by the thieves’ vehicle.

This first-world nation, as viewed by many foreigners, is not all roses. This is a daily battle away from home, with daily threats. God grant the family and friends consolation. God greets you with wide arms, young man.

Perm took to Instagram yesterday to deliver the following message with friends and fellow artists: “Ran through the dirt but came out cleaner they wouldn’t get it.”

Today, the post was inundated with tributes, including from fellow rap artists and fans. One wrote, “Rip, forever one of the drill scene’s pioneers.”

M24, a rapper from Brixton, and Sneakbo, who sent a love-heart emoji, were among the other commenters.

Another musician, Nadia Rose, remarked, “I cannot believe this.” RIP.’ Another user remarked, “One of the first drill musicians I listened to in 2016/17.” Rest assured.

Perm was a member of the CT drill team, which shares its moniker with the infamous ClapTown gang (CT). Claptown operates in the Lambeth neighborhood, specifically along Clapham High Road.

They are known to have bitter rivalries with other Lambeth gangs, particularly the Brixton Hill-based ’67’ gang.

The rivalry had been partially captured in YouTube drill music videos.

Perm’s death follows the publication of his new album ‘Germs’ last month. He marketed the film on YouTube, which featured footage of the Notre Dame estate in Clapham, south London.

Yesterday, Perm turned to Instagram to share a post with friends and fellow artists, with the caption: “Ran through the filth but came out cleaner they wouldn’t understand.”

Perm’s death follows the publication of his new album ‘Germs’ last month. He marketed the movie on YouTube, which featured footage from the Notre Damn estate in Clapham, south London.

His father is renowned boxing manager Dean Whyte, who is a close friend of British heavyweight Dillian Whyte.

Dean and Dillian have frequently referred to one other as brothers, yet they are actually close friends. Additionally, they have collaborated on Dillian’s boxing career.

Dean, whose real name is Lemar Scott, is the proprietor of the boxing management company Blvckbox Management. He notably argued with John Fury, the father of British boxer Tyson Fury, before to this year’s Wembley bout between Dillian and Tyson.

In April, after a war of words, the two were observed shadow-boxing together in jest. Dean told TalkSport during the lighthearted altercation, “I had a little bit of banter.” John and I had a little disagreement, but we shook hands and the incident is now in the past.’

In front of a sold-out Wembley Stadium, Tyson Fury defeated his opponent via technical knockout in the sixth round.

Last night, a friend of the Dean’s son expressed’shock’ over the news of his passing. He told MailOnline, ‘He is well-known and claimed to be related to a very well-known fighter. That evening, he was with another drill rapper. I am astounded.’

Residents near the scene of the fatal shooting on Railton Road, Brixton, say at least 12 rounds were fired during the terrible occurrence, which occurred at approximately 7:50 p.m. Friday night.It is not yet clear how either of the victims died, though it has suggested Guilherme was struck off his bike during the shooting. Pictures from the scene show a smashed up car and a scooter (pictured)

The Metropolitan Police Service has not yet released official information about the victims, and no arrests have been made.

The attack occurred during yet another weekend of terrible gun and knife violence in London’s “Wild West.”

Earlier on Sunday, a man was stabbed to death in Wembley, while on Saturday, a 32-year-old man was killed near Waterloo Station.Pictured: Police remain at the scene of the Railton Road incident this morning. Photographs show a crashed motorbike and a smashed up car following the incident on Sunday night

Two men were ruthlessly gunned down in Ilford, east London, on Tuesday, and no arrests have been made as of yet. A third individual was also severely injured.

Police have not linked any of the assaults, and officers have yet to make arrests in three of the four cases.

Police are on the lookout for a gunman this morning after two men were killed in a drive-by shooting (pictured: Police at the scene of a double shooting in Brixton this morning) on yet another weekend of heinous gun and knife violence in Wild West London.

Officers are seeking for the shooter responsible for the fatal gun attack in Brixton, south London, on Sunday night.Only yesterday, Perm took to Instagram to share a post with friends and fellow artists, with the post: 'Ran thru the dirt but came out cleaner they wouldn't get it.'

Residents said that at least ’12 bullets’ were fired between a ‘couple on a motorbike and persons in a car’ about 7:50 p.m. during the shocking occurrence. Two guys were discovered at the location but succumbed to their injuries shortly thereafter.

A resident stated that a car wrecked within the crime site after 12 gunshots were heard. A photograph of the situation this morning is shown.

The Metropolitan Police have not yet released any additional information regarding the deaths, nor have any arrests been made. On Sunday night, police and emergency personnel arrive at the site to find a damaged automobile.

Two males were discovered at the location, but they succumbed to their injuries shortly thereafter. Sunday’s photo shows police at the scene of the shooting on Railton Road.

 

Though Dean (pictured) and Dillian have often referred to each other as brothers, the pair are, in reality, good friends. They have also worked together on Dillian's boxing career

 

Last night, emergency personnel, including firearms officers, the London Ambulance Service, and the London Air Ambulance, hurried to a residential street in Brixton called Railton Road.

According to the police, two guys in their twenties were discovered injured. The males were pronounced dead at the spot despite the efforts of emergency responders.

A representative for the Metropolitan Police Department stated, “At this early point, detectives believe two cars were traveling in the Railton Road area when one of the cars collided with a moped and then with parked vehicles.” The rider of the moped succumbed to his injuries and died.

A man from the vehicle involved in the collision exited the vehicle and was pursued by a man armed with a gun from the second vehicle. He was shot and pronounced dead at the site.

The shooter returned to his vehicle and fled the scene. The identification and notification of next of kin continues, and formal identification is pending.’

On Monday, white forensic tents were erected at the area where debris was scattered across the roadway.

There were two wrecked vehicles: a silver automobile with a flat tire and a moped. A 322 bus was parked inside the police perimeter.

Sebastian Morrison, a local neighbour, told MyLondon yesterday night that he believes the crash occurred after twelve gunshots were heard.

He stated, “I happened upon the situation on my way to the store, thus I am not a direct witness.” I spoke with a couple locals who heard and witnessed some of the incident.

He continued, “Shots were heard, and a police officer on the site confirmed that it was a shooting.” Locals reported hearing 12 gunshots, which were exchanged between a moped and a car. The vehicle is wrecked at the spot.

Gregory Osefoh, 59, who works at the Stanley Mini Market on Railton Road, also commented on the event. He stated that he was not working at the store at the time of the occurrence.

Upon learning about the incident, he stated, ‘I was saddened, startled, and extremely disturbed that individuals could take the lives of others; lives they did not create. There is none justification for such.

Two injured individuals were discovered at the scene, and despite the efforts of rescue personnel, both were pronounced dead at the spot. Pictured is a police forensic tent at the gunshot scene in Brixton.

Sebastian Morrison told MyLondon, “I happened upon the event on my way to the store, so I am not a direct witness.” I spoke with a couple residents who heard and saw some of it.’ Pictured is the Monday morning scene.

Sunday evening about 7.50pm, Metropolitan Police were notified of gunfire on Railton Road.

Their relatives have not yet been notified, and the police are awaiting formal identification.

Helen Hayes, Labour Member of Parliament for Dulwich and West Norwood, expressed her condolences to the victims’ families.

Nobody would be pleased if such an event occurred near where you live or conduct business. Therefore, it is not at all a nice thing.’

Mr. Osefoh, who has lived in the region for 15 years, stated, “We have never witnessed any gunfire in this area.”

The next of kin of the two individuals have not yet been notified, and police are awaiting formal identification before conducting post-mortem exams. No arrests have yet been made.

“I am surprised and dismayed by this occurrence,” said Chief Superintendent Colin Wingrove of the Central South Command Unit, which is responsible for policing Lambeth and Southwark. The family and friends of the two young guys who sadly lost their life are in our thoughts.

This act will create widespread worry among the local neighborhood and throughout London. “We are assisting the Specialist Crime investigators, who are working quickly to ascertain the exact sequence of events and identify and arrest the perpetrators.

“Local officers are on the site and canvassing the neighborhood to chat with people, find witnesses, and provide visible reassurance.” I would urge anyone with any information, no matter how insignificant, to come forward and help bring the perpetrators to justice.

Have you heard anything about the incidents? How to notify the police

For information on Ilford, dial 101 and quote CAD 99/25Oct.

For Waterloo-related information, dial 101 and quote CAD 718/29Oct.

For information about Wembley, dial 101 and quote CAD 878/30Oct.

For Brixton-related information, dial 101 and provide the reference number CAD 6166/30Oct.

Alternately, call Crimestoppers anonymously at 0800 555 111 for any of the crimes.

The Metropolitan Police stated that there will be a heightened police presence in the area, and people are encouraged to communicate with officers if they have any information.

Helen Hayes, Labour MP for Dulwich and West Norwood, wrote on Twitter, “Horrified to hear that two individuals have been shot and killed on Railton Road.

“My thoughts are with their loved ones who are about to receive the worst imaginable news, as well as everyone who witnessed this brutality in our city,”

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police Department (Met) stated, “At this time, no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.”

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the police at 101 with the reference number CAD 6166/30Oct.

The double shooting follows an early Sunday morning fatal stabbing in Sudbury Town, north-west London, near Wembley.

At approximately 2:00 a.m., officers responded to Harrow Road, Wembley, after receiving allegations of a stabbing.

A 21-year-old male was found with stab wounds. He was attempted to be treated by emergency personnel, but he died shortly thereafter. According to police, two individuals were apprehended at the scene and put into jail in connection with the event.

A 32-year-old man was fatally stabbed on Saturday morning near Waterloo Station in south London.

According to the Metropolitan Police, Adrian Keise from Lambeth was attacked after an altercation between two groups of males on Lower Marsh Street.

The dispute began outside the Cubana restaurant before going down Lower Marsh Street, where Mr. Keise was fatally injured, according to a police spokesman.

Mr. Keise was discovered near a Frazier Street apartment complex, treated by paramedics, and transported to the hospital, where he subsequently died.

The police have initiated an inquiry, but no arrests have been made as of yet.

Detective Chief Inspector Brian Howie of the Metropolitan Police Department’s Specialist Crime Command stated, “I am certain that there were witnesses who have not yet talked to us about what they saw.”

The double shooting in Wembley follows an early Sunday morning fatal stabbing in Sudbury Town, north-west London, near Wembley. Police at the scene of a fatal stabbing near Wembley

WEMBLEY: Around 2 a.m., officers responded to Harrow Road in Sudbury Town, close to Wembley, after receiving reports of a stabbing. Police near the crime scene

A 32-year-old man was fatally stabbed on Saturday morning near Waterloo Station in south London, WATERLOO. According to the Met Police, the man, identified as Adrian Keise of Lambeth, was attacked during a dispute involving two groups of individuals on Lower Marsh Street.

Mr. Keise was fatally stabbed on Lower Marsh Street in WATERLOO, according to a representative for the local police department. The dispute reportedly began outside the Cubana restaurant before going down Lower Marsh Street. Mr. Keise was discovered near an apartment complex on Frazier Street and was treated by paramedics at the scene before being transported to the hospital, where he later died.

Tuesday’s fatal shooting of two men in Ilford, east London, prompted the police to initiate a homicide investigation. Police near the crime scene

Tuesday at 12:16 a.m., armed cops and paramedics rushed to the scene in a Victorian terraced house on Henley Road in Ilford. At the scene, one of the victims was pronounced dead. The other passed away shortly thereafter. Police near the crime scene

Saydi Abu Sheikh, 23, and Zakariya Jeilani Mohamed, 32, were identified by detectives as the two men fatally shot during the ‘drive-by’ attack by a suspect wearing a ‘Joker’ mask. Adrian Keise, a resident of Lambeth, was fatally stabbed after an incident between two groups of men on Lower Marsh Street.

It may have seemed inconsequential at the time, but it could be crucial in identifying those involved.

DCI Howie added, ‘Adrian’s family and friends are in my thoughts as they come to terms with his tragic death. I would strongly encourage anyone with information to do the right thing and call us immediately.

In the upcoming days, a post-mortem examination will occur. On Tuesday, police opened a murder investigation following the fatal shooting of two men in Ilford, east London.

Saydi Abu Sheikh, 23, and Zakariya Jeilani Mohamed, 32, were identified by detectives as the two men fatally shot during the ‘drive-by’ attack by a suspect wearing a ‘Joker’ mask.

Tuesday at 12:16 a.m., armed officers and paramedics rushed to the location, a Victorian terraced house on Henley Road in Ilford. At the site, one victim was pronounced dead. The other passed away shortly thereafter.

The roar of surrounding Diwali fireworks covered the sound of gunfire at the suspected ‘drug den,’ according to neighbours who spoke to MailOnline. However, one eyewitness claims to have seen vehicles approach the property before the shots were fired.

Shortly after the startling attack, another resident reported seeing a man wearing a “black Joker-style mask” racing through surrounding gardens.

The Metropolitan Police stated that police were “working around the clock to identify the perpetrators,” but no arrests have been made.

“This was an unfathomable act of terrible brutality that shattered two families and sent shock waves across the community,” said Detective Chief Inspector Chris Wood.

“The suspects guilty for this heinous act are violent criminals, and it is crucial that they not be shielded by a wall of silence,” he continued.

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