Kay Flock Indicted on Federal Racketeering and Murder Charges

Bronx rapper Kay Flock has been named in a federal indictment charging him with racketeering conspiracy, murder for racketeering and more. Kay Flock, whose real name is Kevin Perez, is accused by the government of being a member of a gang called “Sev Side” or “DOA” (short for “Dead on Arrival”) in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx, New York. . The indictment alleges that Kay Flock and his associates “engaged in, among other activities, robbery, wire fraud, bank fraud, and acts involving murder and assault.”

“Over a span of several years, members of these gangs allegedly terrorized neighborhoods in the Bronx and Manhattan, killing and shooting others,” US Attorney Damian Williams said in the Justice Department news release. “Through these charges, we will hold Sev Side and Third Side members accountable for plaguing our communities with gun violence.”

In 2021, when he was 18 years old, Kay Flock was charged in New York State with first-degree murder and charged with killing a 24-year-old man named Oscar Hernandez. He was also charged with two felony counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree. The rapper’s next court appearance is scheduled for Thursday, March 9, 2023, online records show.

In a statement shared with Pitchfork today, Kay Flock’s attorney, Jeffrey Lichtman, said:

We’re not surprised by the federal charges, as we’ve been fighting Kevin’s state murder charge for over a year, and considering the shooting was a clear act of self-defense, it wasn’t a particularly strong charge. That it is now being used as the basis for a possible death penalty charge is extraordinary. In the video, it’s abundantly clear that Kevin was about to be shot after trying to get away from his attacker. Only then did Kevin use one weapon to defend himself against him and another against an armed and violent gang member who was about to pull out the loaded gun in his hand.

At the time of her arrest in New York, Kay Flock had released The DOA tape via Capitol Records. Since then he has relaunched the project as The DOA (Care Package) Tapewhich includes the Cardi B collaboration “Shake It.”

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