Rapper 40 Cal’s 19 Yr Previous Daughter Commits Suicide; Disturbing Particulars!!

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On April 29, former Dipset rapper 40 Cal (government name Calvin Byrd) took to Twitter to ask for help in finding his missing daughter, Saniyya Dennis. Saniyya, a 19-year-old student at Buffalo State University, was last seen walking out of her dormitory on April 24.

Now the police say that Saniyya took her own life.

40 Cal was in the Buffalo area last week and went out of his way to find her. He even offered a reward for anyone who had information that could lead to their safe return.

You may have seen this post spread across all social media:

Now police say the missing person case for Saniyya is closed. Authorities claim the teenager committed suicide.

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During a news conference on Thursday (May 6), Erie County District Attorney John Flynn told reporters that after reviewing the phone recordings and surveillance videos, he was confident that Saniyya had died of suicide. “It seems that poor girl took her own life,” said Flynn.

So what happened Police say Saniyya had an argument with her boyfriend in New York on April 24. After trying 59 times to contact him without a response, she reportedly called another male friend in New York City and talked about killing herself.

After leaving her dormitory, Saniyya reportedly went to a garbage can on campus where she “threw away personal items that made someone believe she would not return to the dormitory.”

MTO News has confirmed police say the 19-year-old took the bus to Niagara Falls – and jumped into the huge waterfall. They claim to have a video that shows the teen in the final moments of their life.

40 Cal has not yet commented on the police results. Our prayers go out to all family members and friends in Saniyya.

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