NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – While Keith Norfleet is not a suspect in the deaths of his former girlfriend, Sahel Kazemi, and Steve McNair, some are questioning rap lyrics from a song of his circulating the Internet.
In the song titled “Closed Casket,” Norfleet talks about death and murder.
In part, the song says, “Over the hill need a thrill ‘cause you question your game… Until I pull the pistol out proudly put the clip in his mouth.”
The song appears to be directed at a man when it says, “but I’m only being real when I say, nobody wanna see an old man collapse.”
The song later appears to be directed to a woman when the lyrics say, “It’s a blessing that you’re still alive, well for you anyway, I could care less if you died. I wouldn’t cry ‘cause you lied to me and my family. You my closest sister, so let me paint you a picture.”
Metro police said they have questioned Norfleet and he is not considered a suspect in the deaths of McNair and Kazemi, who were found shot to death Saturday afternoon at a condominium McNair co-rented in downtown Nashville.
In a press conference Monday afternoon, spokesperson Don Aaron said Norfleet was cooperative and free to leave following questioning.
Tuesday, Aaron defeated suspicion about the timing of a comment a 22-year-old named Jett Jackson made on his MySpace page.
Jackson, who is a friend of Norfleet’s, posted “RIP Sahel Kazemi” on his MySpace page but the page had a “Last Login” date of July 2, 2009, two days before the pair was found dead.
Aaron said the comment was made remotely, from a mobile electronic device, and it was done after the deaths of McNair and Kazemi were publicized.