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Bandplay paid tribute to his father and stepmother on Instagram after news emerged of their deaths

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Following the news of his father and stepmom’s deaths, Bandplay, an American rapper and music producer, paid homage to them on Instagram.

This week, the Producer’s parents were killed in a horrific double homicide in Columbia, Tennessee.

Police claimed they discovered the deaths of Christopher Gaines, 56, and Katrina Gaines, 51, at their house on Monday morning after their 27-year-old son Demondra Gaines “brutally” stabbed them.

The Columbia Herald reported that Captain Jeremy Haywood said during a Tuesday morning press conference, “The Columbia Police Department is diligently investigating the horrible double-homicide.” “Investigators worked all night examining the crime scene and following up on leads in this case.” The death of Christopher and Katrina Gaines was the result of a horrific stabbing assault on the pair, and evidence found from the crime scene shows that their 27-year-old son, Demondra Gaines, was responsible for the attack.”

A motive has not been revealed by the police. Two youngsters, ages 2 and 3, were claimed to have been there at the time of the murder. Both children were uninjured and returned to their parents, according to Haywood. He did not, however, divulge the children’s link with the victims or the suspect.

Demondra Gaines was first identified as a person of interest in the investigation. He is now charged with two charges of first-degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault with the intent to kill. Gaines is also facing a charge of theft of a vehicle. Gaines left the scene in a black 2018 Nissan Altima that belonged to his mother, according to Haywood.

“Demondra Gaines should be considered armed and dangerous, and members of the public are advised not to approach Mr. Gaines personally if they encounter him,” Haywood said at the time, adding that Gaines had no criminal record and that police had never been called to the property.

He was apprehended and brought into jail without incident on Tuesday night, according to authorities. Gaines was discovered at a hotel with the stolen Nissan Altima, according to police.

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