A former hip-hop record exec who converted to Orthodox Judaism was killed last night during a robbery at the Flatbush kosher-wine store where he worked, police and witnesses said.
“He was a good guy. Rock solid,” Rabbi Ezra Max said of Jamaican-born Yoseph Robinson.
Robinson, 34, was shot in the chest and arm at about 9:30 p.m. in MB Vineyards at Avenue J and Nostrand Avenue, police said. He was blasted when he tried to stop the gunman from snatching jewelry from a female friend, said a source.
Text continues after Pics of the Week gallery:
More than 100 people from the Orthodox and Hasidic neighborhood gathered last night outside to pay their respects. Robinson had planned to release a book in December chronicling his spiritual journey. The killer is at large, police said.
Read entire article at NyPost.com
Casslyn Welch And John McCluskey, Modern Day “Bonnie N Clyde” Fugitives Caught In Arizona
Michael Jordan’s Father’s Murder Prosecution Tainted By Flaws
Suspected Murderer Of 8 Year Old Jumping Rope, “We Didn’t Care. We Let The Whole .40 Clip Go”
Kirk Franklin Becomes First Artist To Spend 100 Weeks At Number 1 On Songwriters Chart
Pastor Of The Month - March 2023
What Are The Fastest Growing Churches In The U.S. ?
Sertoma Arts Center In Raleigh Looking For Artists!
Get Featured: Submit Your Business Listing Now!
Melissa's Pick Hit of The Week: "Alright"
Faithfully Speaking With Pastor Shirley Caesar
New Bill Would Prevent Mandatory COVID Vaccines for NC Schools, Government Employees