London Lite Monday, 3 August 2009 by bo wilson Victim: Carl Beatson, 19, was at university Titles and prices subject to availability while stocks last at participating stores/online. Prices may vary online. 2009 Summit Entertainment LLC. All Rights Reserved. 2009 E1 Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. 13.99 out now News Of The World - Visually stunning and utterly terrifying also available on one to watch hmv exclusive sleeve Teen rapper is knifed to death after his showA TEENAGE musician has been stabbed to death after a fight outside the south London club where he had just finished a gig. Rapper and university student Carl Beatson, 19, was knifed after performing his first single with DJ trio Kid N Play at Club Life in Kennington on Friday night. Police found his body at 5.30am after they pulled over three cars for ignoring red lights near Waterloo station. Officers believe Carl, from Norbury, also known as Charmz, was being driven to hospital. One of the other DJs was injured during the fight and was treated and discharged from hospital. More than 3,000 people have joined a Facebook tribute group for Carl, who attended De Montfor t University in Leicester. He is the 11th teenager to be killed in the capital this year. Eight of those were stabbed. Family friend Donitta Sabblah, 19, who had watched Carl at the club, said: My friend was driving up past the club and saw someone drop to the ground. He realised it was Carl. He was trying to get him to hospital when police stopped them. Friend Chris Mukoko, 19, said that he had left the club early, adding: I felt uncom- fortable as there was a bit of hostility around the place, so I left. I was going to tell Carl, but he was on stage. I wish I had told him. Long-time friend Lindsay Sabblah, 23, said of Carl: He went to church every week- end. All he could think about was making his future better and studying hard. The rappers friends will now promote his single and try to raise awareness of knife crime. Police have arrested an 18-year-old and a 20-year-old in connection with the killing and are appealing for anyone with information to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Crime scene: police at the club in Kennington 100 flee blaze at tower block NEARLY 100 people were evacuated from a tower block after a fire started on the roof. The blaze happened last night, at Hammond House, off Alpha Grove, on the Isle of Dogs. Roads surrounding the flats were closed. Cats know their right from left CATS can tell the difference between left and right, scientists say. And like humans, male moggies are more likely to use their left and females their right. Researchers studied which paw cats used for various tasks.