Luciano's son murdered, artiste seeks killer
"Dem kill mi son enuh, fire," is how 2016 Grammy-nominated singer Luciano begins an address to the public via a YouTube video as he seeks to find the perpetrators responsible for his son's stabbing death.
THE STAR understands that Menelik McClymont, 19, from Westminister Crescent, Kingston 10, was stabbed to death last Saturday at Parkington Plaza, St Andrew, allegedly because he looked at someone, and was asked, "Weh yah look pan mi so fa?".
He was stabbed by a man about 2:30 p.m., but succumbed to his injuries yesterday.
In the four-minute and 11-second video, Luciano says, "The youth go school and di man dem lay wait him ... mi nuh know weh him and dem have. Him mussi pass some youth and dem ask weh ya look pan mi so for ... some likkle unnecessary ting weh mi see gwan wid dem yute ya nowadays. Dem anxious fi kill, is like dem have this bitterness ina dem heart. It hurt me fi see how dem deal wid it."
The St. Andrew Central police said investigation is ongoing.
According to Luciano, he just needs information as he seeks justice for his son, who he said had no previous altercation with anyone.
Efforts to speak with Luciano were futile as calls to numbers listed for him went unanswered.