The brother of Christian “Toby” Obumseli is calling on the community to support them in their fight for justice. 

On Sunday, April 3, Toby, a Texan who came to Miami to work in cryptocurrency, was fatally stabbed by his girlfriend, Courtney Clenney, aka Courtney Tailor, a social media influencer who has millions of followers on Instagram and OnlyFans.

The stabbing took place inside their luxury high-rise Edgewater apartment and police are calling the incident a domestic dispute.

Toby was stabbed once in the chest after he and Courtney were “involved in a physical altercation.” 

Her camp claims it was self-defense.

It’s been a week since Christian Toby Obumseli was killed and Courtney Clenney has yet to be arrested for his death.

Courtney was spotted chilling at a Miami bar on Friday before she was run off by a bystander who accused her of killing her boyfriend.

Police and prosecutors said the investigation is ongoing, but is it really?!

As the case surrounding Toby’s death spread across social media…it unearthed very disturbing old tweets on his account.

In the decade-old tweets, Toby freely expressed his disdain for Black women. 

One tweet read: 

Oomf: “black girls are born knowing how to shake they *ss

me: “honestly idc they not my type.”

Another tweet read:

Can’t believe #oomf thinks I talk to black girls when I don’t

See more tweets below.

As you can imagine, these tweets have garnered strong reactions from the Black community – especially Black women.

Toby’s brother, Jeffrey Obumseli, took to social media and released a statement where he condemned his brother’s “ignorant and repulsive tweets” from high school.

Jeffrey went on to call on the community to join him and his family’s fight for justice for his brother. 

Read his full statement below.

As a family, we strongly disagree with the ignorant and repulsive tweets from my then-high school aged brother that have recently surfaced. However, the tweets do not diminish our demand for a thorough investigation into Toby’s murder or negate the necessity for justice.

It’s been a week since my brother was brutally and senselessly killed. Courtney Taylor Clenney’s callous actions have not been met with an ounce of remorse. We’ve seen videos of Courtney kissing her dogs while covered in what we believe to be my brother’s blood and casually getting drinks at a hotel bar days later while my brother lays in the morgue.

The bottom line is inextricably clear: Courtney is being treated differently because of her privilege as a wealthy white woman. Within 24 hours following Toby’s death, the detective on the case prematurely concluded this was not a crime of violence. But the information provided is deficient and the lack of transparency strongly suggests foul play is involved. Courtney acknowledges that Toby did not have a weapon. She has no injuries to support her story of imminent danger. Additionally, Courtney still has yet to explain exactly what happened leading up to Toby’s murder. We have every reason to believe that his death was the result of unwarranted and unprovoked violence. We want to see that justice is served.

With family, you may not agree with every action or statement made, but it is my duty to zealously fight for my brother. No family should have to go through what we are experiencing. We have a long legal battle ahead of us to ensure justice is served. I need your support. My family needs your support. We cannot do this without community.

God bless you all.

-Jeffrey Obumseli

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My sincerest condolences to the family of Christian “Toby” Obumseli and the person responsible for his death should be held accountable.

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