Jenkins: ‘Hurts my heart’ to know friend died in his home

New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins wrote Thursday that it “hurts my heart” to know that family friend and music producer Roosevelt Rene died at his residence.Jenkins’ brother, William, was charged with aggravated manslaughter in the incident at the home in Fair Lawn, N.J. The two allegedly got in a physical altercation that led to the death of the 25-year-old Rene, who also goes by Trypps Beats.”With Regret and sadness I wish to inform the fans, and the public a good friend of mine Roosevelt Rene a.k.a Trypps Beats was found dead at my place of residence,” Jenkins wrote on his Instagram account. “Trypps was a good friend and we were collaborating on music production together. It truly hurts my heart to know he has passed away.”Rene’s body was discovered on June 26 in the basement of the home. Janoris Jenkins was in Florida — where he lives most of the offseason — at the time of Rene’s death.”As this is an ongoing incident, I cannot answer any questions related to the investigation. I am praying for Roosevelt and his family,” Janoris Jenkins wrote.

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