Argument led to Minaj crew stabbing
PHILADELPHIA- A judge says there's enough evidence to hold Pierce Boykin on a murder charge in the case of a stabbing that killed a member of rapper Nicki Minaj's tour.
Marcus Kincy testified an argument outside a bar led to the stabbing and killing of Devon Pickett. Kincy testified at Boykin's preliminary hearing. He says Boykins' group got upset when Pickett made sure a female bartender got to her car safely.
Kincy, Pickett and other Minaj crew members had gathered in Philadelphia to rehearse for her spring European tour when the stabbing happened on February 18.
Boykin's lawyer says there's no evidence from testimony in Tuesday's hearing that says Boykin delivered the stab wound that killed Pickett.
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