Grieving Family Seeks Answers One Year After Acclaimed Drill Rapper M Lo’s Fatal Shooting on Kensington High Street

Grieving Family Seeks Answers One Year After Acclaimed Drill Rapper M Lo’s Fatal Shooting on Kensington High Street

One year has passed since the tragic death of Maximillian Kusi-Owusu, a beloved father and acclaimed drill rapper known as M Lo.

His family continues to search for answers as they grapple with the loss.

On September 4th of last year, he was fatally shot on Kensington High Street, yet the police have not been able to identify the perpetrator.

Unsolved Homicide

Maximillian Kusi-Owusu, also recognized as rapper M Lo, met his untimely demise on that fateful September day.

Despite the passage of a year, the authorities have yet to determine the individual responsible for the fatal gunshot.

Renewed Appeals for Information

On the first anniversary of his death, detectives are renewing their calls for anyone who was in the “busy” area at the time to come forward with information.

They are particularly interested in details regarding a silver Alfa Romeo spotted in the vicinity.

The investigation remains open, and the police are determined to bring those responsible to justice.

The Tragic Night

The incident occurred shortly after 2 am near a block of flats on Kensington High Street, prompting a police response following reports of a gunshot.

Officers found Mr. Kusi-Owusu injured and provided immediate first aid.

He was subsequently transported to the hospital by ambulance but tragically succumbed to his injuries, passing away shortly after 5:30 am.

Family’s Grief

Maximillian Kusi-Owusu left behind two devastated daughters, as noted by family friends.

His death was confirmed to be the result of a gunshot wound in a post-mortem examination.

Arrest and Release

A 29-year-old man was initially arrested on suspicion of murder on the day of Mr. Kusi-Owusu’s death.

However, he was later released with no further action taken.

Plea for Assistance

Detective Chief Inspector Mike Nolan, leading the investigation, made a heartfelt plea: “It has been a year since Maximillian was killed and his family are still without the answers they need.

I am asking for your help to identify who fired that fatal shot.”

Legacy of a Talented Rapper

Maximillian Kusi-Owusu, renowned for hits like “Designer” and “Pain,” was an integral part of the drill collective £R in south Kilburn.

Friends and family remember him as an unassuming and talented artist who was dedicated to his loved ones.

His music, cherished by many, continues to resonate.


The quest for justice continues as the investigation into Maximillian Kusi-Owusu’s murder enters its second year.

His family and friends are left with a void, seeking answers and closure.

Authorities urge anyone with information to come forward, either by contacting the police or reaching out to the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously.

The memory of M Lo, the gifted rapper, lives on through his music and in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.

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