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Body of rapper Brian Trotter aka 'Kent Won't Stop' found in truck of friend's car after crash as cops smell 'foul odor'

MISSING rapper Brian Trotter was found on Sunday rotting in a friend’s truck after a car crash – as cops found flies buzzing around his deceased body.

Trotter, a 25-year-old rapper who went by the name “Kent Won’t Stop,” was discovered on a highway in Miami, Florida, by state troopers.

The Miami Herald reported that his longtime friend, Robert Avery Coltrain, got into an accident on the Palmetto Expressway around 4pm.

Around 4pm, troopers encountered Coltrain and smelled a "foul odor" coming from his Acura.

Coltrain removed some belongings from his car – including a Glock .45 pistol, according to WTVJ.

A police report said that because of the bad smell, troopers "opened the trunk of the vehicle and discovered a body."

A Glock .45 pistol was found inside the vehicle, along with Trotter’s body “wrapped in a piece of fabric and in an advanced stage of decomposition.”

Investigators said they believe the pistol was used to kill the aspiring rapper. 

Trotter’s father, Brian, said Coltrain, 25, picked his son up from his home in Triangle, Virginia, on October 17.

The dad said the two were going to “take pictures” in nearby Washington, DC.

The dad recalled to the newspaper: “I told him, ‘I love you,’ and he said, ‘I love you.’”

But Trotter never returned home.

His family reported him missing to the police and called Coltrain – who they claim gave conflicting information about where Trotter was. 

Coltrain allegedly said he dropped Trotter off in DC and claimed another friend picked the 25-year-old up. 

At some point, Coltrain apparently drove to Florida, where he got into the car accident. 

Coltrain was booked on Monday on charges of second-degree murder and illegal transport of human remains.

He was being held without bond at the Miami-Dade jail.

Trotter’s father said “no one can understand what happened.”

“Hopefully, police can shed a light on what made a friend of over 10 years decide to commit something like that.”

The A preliminary examination by Miami-Dade medical examiner found Trotter had been shot multiple times in his torso.

The police report said that Trotter "had been shot at least once inside the car with the Glock."

Authorities are investigating a possible motive.

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