DETROIT – Three Michigan rap artists who were scheduled to perform at a Detroit club Jan. 21 haven’t been heard from since the show was canceled that day.

The now 10-day search has become a multi-agency investigation involving multiple police departments around the state.

“The fact that the three of them are missing together is very concerning and very alarming for us,” said Detroit Police Cmdr. Michael McGinnis.

Authorities say Armani Kelly, 28, of Oscoda, whose stage name is Marley Whoop, was first reported missing to Oscoda police on Jan. 22 after his mother hadn’t heard from him. She traced her car, which Kelly was using, with OnStar. The vehicle was found in Warren, just outside of Detroit, McGinnis said.

Detroit Free Press

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