More details of what possibly caused the death of Kansas City Chiefs player Jovan Belcher and his girlfriend Kassandra Perkins are emerging.
CBS Sports is reporting that Belcher shot Perkins multiple times and she later died while at hospital a short time later. Police received a call that an armed Black man was at the Chiefs’ practice facility at Arrowhead Stadium. Belcher had a gun to his head while the Chiefs’ general manager Scott Pioli and head coach Romeo Crennel were in front of the facility trying to talk to Belcher.
According to reports, Belcher thanked the two men “for all they had done for him” and took his life.
Family members of Kassandra Perkins say that the couple had not shown any problems that would have led to their deaths but one friend did say that the couple argued frequently and argued the night before the shootings because Belcher felt Perkins came home too late from a Trey Songz concert that was held that night.
Trey took to Twitter to address the situation:
Authorities are still investigating possible motives for the incident.