Wafa Media said Cuspert was killed in an airstrike, but that he had killed 10 enemies before dying, Voice of America News reported.
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Denis Cuspert, a former Berlin rapper known in jihadi circles as "the German", has been killed in Syria, a pro "Islamic State" (IS) media site website reported.
The death of the notorious Daesh-affiliated rapper Deso Dogg was previously reported by United States authorities, however, it later turned out that he had survived. Earlier, the Pentagon said that Cuspert had been killed is Syria in October 2015, later acknowledging that the Daesh fighter had managed to survive.
Wafa Media released photos of Cuspert's bloody dead body, saying he was killed on January 17 in Deir al-Zour province in eastern Syria.
USA officials have not yet been able to confirm Cuspert's death but said neither the US nor the global anti-IS coalition had conducted any airstrikes in the area.
It wasn't clear if Cuspert had died from those injuries or in other combat or an airstrike.
Cuspert had often called for terror attacks in Europe and appeared to be a recruiter of German-speaking Islamic extremists, sometimes through violent videos.
In a unusual twist to his story, an Federal Bureau of Investigation translator reportedly assigned to monitor Cuspert had secretly traveled through Turkey to Syria in the summer of 2014 to meet and briefly marry the Ghanaian-German.
The half-Ghanaian, half-German was born in Berlin's Kreuzberg district.
After pursuing a rap career for several years, around 2009, Cuspert renounced music after converting to Islam and turned into ISIS propagandist. In 2012, Cuspert left Germany for Egypt and reached Syria in 2013, where he joined Al Qaeda.