Janoris Jenkins opens up for first time since brother's manslaughter charge

Janoris Jenkins is breaking his silence.

Just one week after his brother, William, was charged with aggravated manslaughter, the Giants cornerback took to Instagram on Thursday to open up about his strife and commemorate the friend he lost.

“With Regret and sadness I wish to inform the fans, and the public a good friend of mine Roosevelt Rene a.k.a Trypps Beats was found dead at my place of residence,” Janoris wrote. “Trypps was a good friend and we were collaborating on music production together. It truly hurts my heart to know he passed away.”

A body was found at Janoris’ home in New Jersey on June 26, though he was in Florida at the time of the incident. Police are reportedly investigating strangulation/suffocation as a possible cause of death.

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