An ISIS loyalist and former rapper was killed in Syria on Oct. 16 by a U.S. airstrike, according to reports.
German-born Denis Cuspert, who once went by Deso Dogg and after altered his name to Abu Talha al-Almani, left a swat diversion in 2012 to join a nonconformist classification famous as a Islamic State, ISIS or ISIL. He had previously toured with rapper DMX, cites a New York Times.
Quoting a Pentagon spokesperson, Cuspert is characterized as “a unfamiliar militant warrior and user for ISIL who used amicable media to take advantage of antagonistic girl and intensity Western recruits,” adding that he had threatened boss Obama and German citizens.
The AFP reports that in November 2014, images flush that showed Cuspert holding a severed head and claiming a executed male was killed for hostile ISIS.