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Update: LES Rapper Arrested, Being Held at Rikers Island

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More on the arrest of Lower East Side rapper "Tru Life," which we mentioned in our news links this morning. The Daily News has posted a story online adding new details:

Roberto Guzman Rosado Jr.
– better known as the rapper Tru Life – was arrested three days ago for
the June 15 stabbings that left a second victim in critical condition.
The 33-year-old is jailed on Rikers Island on charges of murder, assault and weapons possession, police said. Rosado's brother, Marcus, also surrendered Wednesday night at his lawyer's office, sources said Thursday.  Marcus Roasado is to be arraigned  on murder charges. The
stabbings occurred around 9:30 a.m. as part of an ongoing dispute that
began earlier at Club Pasha on W. 46th St., police sources said. Rosado and his brother are accused of chasing Jason Gray, 30, and Christopher Guerrero,
20, into the lobby of a building on E. 26th St. Cops said the duo
pulled knives and stabbed Guerrero in the stomach and Gray in the
chest. Guerrero died of his wounds; Gray was critically injured. The original disagreement involved Black and Marcus Rosado brother, the sources said. Tru
Life was signed to a six-figure deal in 2005 by Jay-Z, who was won over
by Rosado's braggadocio in a face-to-face meeting. Rosado told the
hip-hop mogul that he was pronounced legally dead at Bellevue Hospital following a shooting, but survived.

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