Former Dipset Rapper 40 Cal Calls Out for Help Finding Missing Daughter Saniyya Dennis
Over the weekend, former Dipset rapper 40 Cal (government name Calvin Byrd) took to social media to ask for help finding his missing daughter, Saniyya Dennis. Dennis, a student at Buffalo State University, was last seen leaving her dorm on April 24th. Byrd has been in the area for the last week in hopes of finding her.
“We combed the whole park,” he told local NBC affiliate WGRZ-TV. “Even places where she was nowhere near, putting up flyers. The dogs came out yesterday, and today they had the helicopter for the search.”
According to Buffalo State police, Dennis’ phone last pinged near Goat Island. 40 Cal has been critical of the police’s efforts so far, even meeting with the city’s mayor Byron Brown to discuss the case. At a press conference on Buffalo State’s campus on Friday afternoon, the family expressed their frustration at the search, raising questions about the speed of the investigation, arguing that the police should have done more.
“It was a good meeting with the parents, but obviously they are deeply concerned with the whereabouts of their daughter, and the parents are here in town from New York City to do every single thing that they can to aid in the investigation,” Brown said.
Buffalo police say they also have a video of Dennis at the NFTA bus terminal downtown, but they haven’t released the video to the public as of yet.
Stay tuned for further updates on the case. If you have any information about Saniyya Dennis is encouraged to call the police at (716) 878-6333.