What happened to XXXtentacion? Drake, 6ix9ine, and more named as potential witnesses in rapper’s murder case

New subtleties have arisen in American rapper XXXtentacion’s homicide case, where safeguard lawyers of one of the four individuals sentenced for his demise have named a few superstars as witnesses.

According to court reports, on December 13, Mauricio Padilla, the protection lawyer for blamed Dedrick Williams, presented a rundown of likely observers in the 2018 homicide case. The rundown included renowned rappers like Drake, Joe Budden, Offset, Tekashi 6ix9ine, and late Migos rapper Departure.


The preliminary for XXXtentacion’s homicide is planned to start on January 9 in Broward Area, Florida, with the four convicts connected to the case.

Drake’s name is hauled into the rundown because of his problem with XXXtentacion During his music profession, XXXtentacion was associated with a few quarrels, incorporating one with Drake. This prompted a few paranoid fears on the web that the One Dance vocalist was some way or another engaged with his homicide.

In 2017, Drake and XXXtentacion had hamburger over the previous’ tune KMT which the last option accepted was his very own imitation 2015 track Check Me out! The show happened for a year, after which the Expectation rapper posted a story on Instagram, which read:

“Assuming that anybody attempts to kill me it was @champagnepapi. I’m squealing at present.” Albeit the late rapper asserted that his record was hacked at that point, he was shot and killed four months after the fact in Florida.

XXXtentacion, whose genuine name was Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy, was gone after by two men and shot dead on June 18, 2018, when he was leaving the Riva Motorsports Bike and Marine Superstore, Florida. The 20-year-old rapper was shot a few times and, surprisingly, burglarized in the assault. He was subsequently articulated dead at a clinic.

As indicated by the Miami Messenger, on December 15, Broward Circuit Judge Michael Usan asked the protection lawyer for what good reason the contribution of the previously mentioned rappers was pertinent while the examiners called it a trick.

They likewise expressed that the lawyer gave no contact data of the big names where they could be served summons. As per the distribution, examiner Pascale Achille composed: “It is clear from the purposeful, late revelation of the litigant’s observers and remarks made between the gatherings that [the] respondent planned to ‘shock’ the state and make a preliminary by snare.”
Mauricio Padilla killed Achille’s cases and accused the affidavits being deferred with regards to this issue.

Padilla told the adjudicator it’s “difficult” for him to summon “high-profile individuals” yet that doesn’t mean he will not have the option to. “Attempting to summon Drake is difficult — you want a robot.” Regardless of whether the top pick rappers are named as potential observers, this doesn’t be guaranteed to suggest that they will be expected to show up in court. Their presence would be reliant upon Padilla laying out that they are important, which is something that is not set in stone.

Beside Dedrick Williams, three others – Robert Allen, Michael Boatwright, and Trayvon Newsome – were accused of shooting XXXtentacion and denying him of $50,000. XXXtentacion had a brief profession, with his hit tune See Me making its SoundCloud debut in 2015. During his lifetime, he delivered two studio collections, while two more were delivered after his demise.