Tyler Perry and Beyoncé’s publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, are joining forces to seek justice for their close friend, Grenadian singer and model, Josiah “Jonty” Robinson. Last month, the 23-year-old’s life was tragically cut short when his body was found on BBC beach in Grenada, a victim of manual strangulation. In a heartfelt Instagram post, Perry shared his grief and frustration, drawing parallels to past victims of senseless violence due to their race, sexual orientation, or other factors.
As the LGBTQ community raises its voice, alleging that Jonty was targeted because he was gay, Perry and Noel-Schure are determined to bring his murderer to justice. They announced a substantial $100,000 reward for anyone providing information that leads to the conviction of the culprit. In their plea, they expressed their support and sympathy for Jonty’s grieving mother and those who loved him.
The tragic incident has sparked outrage, and the search for answers is crucial to bring closure to those affected. Tyler Perry and Yvette Noel-Schure’s commitment to seeking justice sends a powerful message against senseless violence. They implore anyone with relevant information to come forward, offering reassurance that callers can remain anonymous.
As the investigation unfolds, the hope is that the reward will encourage individuals to step forward and assist in identifying the perpetrator. The loss of a promising young talent like Jonty is a stark reminder of the impact of hate-fueled violence and the importance of advocating for a world free from discrimination.
The Criminal Investigation Division in Grenada can be reached at +1-473-440 3921 for anyone with information related to this case. Let us stand together and pray
for Jonty’s loved ones, and for an end to the senseless violence that has claimed far too many innocent lives.
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Derek Chan – Editor