Rapper Turned Jihadist Is Suspect in American ‘James Foley’ Beheading
One man suspected to be involved in the beheading of American journalist James Foley is presumably an aspiring rapper nicknamed L. Jinny.
Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary is reportedly a 24 year-old rapper turned Jihadist that is involved in James Foley’s death.
Going by the name L. Jinny, Bary apparently had a rap song that even was played on BBC radio, according to reports.
Nicknamed John The Beatle due to his British accent, according to sources, Bary fits the accent of the man seen in the video in the beheading of James Foley.
Adding more to his suspicion, Bary reportedly tweeted a picture of himself holding a severed head earlier this month.