(Broward County, FL) – Rapper XXXTentacion’s final moments of life were caught on surveillance video up to the moment that he was gunned by thugs attempting to rob him as he left a Pompano Beach bike shop.
The video was played during a discovery and bail hearing for suspect Robert Allen and it shows XXX walking into the bike shop with a friend and carrying a Louis Vuitton bag with 50k in it.
Moments later, two of the suspects enter the bike shop, leave and park across the street and wait ten minutes for XXX to exit the business. Once the rapper attempts to pull out he is cut off by the SUV carrying all of the suspects and two of the men jump out with guns drawn. It looks as if they struggle with XXX as his attempts to fight them off as they’re trying to steal a chain off of his neck. At this point, one of the suspects goes to the passengers side of the car, grabs the Louis bag with the cash while the taller suspect fires off shots. XXXTentacion never exited his vehicle leaving him helpless at point blank range as the murderer opened fire.
(Sunrise, FL) – Thousands of fans showed up to a memorial service in South Florida for rapper XXXTentacion . A post on his Instagram page now ran by his mother and his management invited fans to the BB&T Center in Sunrise to remember the entertainer, whose real name was Jahseh Onfroy.
The 20-year-old was shot and killed last week as he was leaving a Deerfield Beach motorcycle dealership. Police arrested a 22-year-old suspect two days after the killing. Since his murder, XXXTentacion’s song “Sad” has made its way to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. That makes him the first artist to achieve a posthumous number one song since Notorious B.I.G. back in 1997.
(Sunrise, FL) — A memorial service is planned in South Florida for rapper XXXTentacion . A post on Instagram says fans are invited to BB&T Center in Sunrise on Wednesday to remember the entertainer, whose real name was Jahseh Onfroy. The 20-year-old was shot and killed last week as he was leaving a Deerfield Beach motorcycle dealership. Police arrested a 22-year-old suspect two days after the killing.
In the week since his murder, XXXTentacion’s song “Sad” has made its way to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. That makes him the first artist to achieve a posthumous number one song since Notorious B.I.G. back in 1997.
Changes will certainly follow. Rest in peace, kid!
(SL) – When the death of 20-year old XXXTentacion was reported, fingers were immediately pointed at different potential suspects that could’ve had something to do with the young rapper’s murder.
While one of the accused, Soldier Kidd, was quick to deny any involvement in the shooting death of rap music’s next big star, one particular individual couldn’t bear the thought of someone getting recognition for something ‘his crew did’. So much so, that the man took to social media to post a video claiming responsibility for the latest tragedy to shock the culture.
The idea of not being attached to the mass attention encircling the murderous event emboldened this individual so much that he implicated himself, putting his freedom and life on the line to secure credit for the egregious act.
**WARNING – STRONG LANGUAGE**
In one of the most ignorant posts I’ve ever seen, the young man, draped in a ridiculous red wrap, aggressively claims it was him and his crew who murdered the 2017 Member of XXL Magazine’s Freshman Class and questioned the audacity of anyone else to identify himself/themselves as the shooter. The below image featuring Soldier Kidd and Soldier JoJo and a red mask (part of the suspect’s description) is what made people originally suspicious of the duo. But the guy in red wasn’t about to let that thought linger for too long.
Saying defiantly and I quote, “And you bit**-*ss boys claiming this body. Y’all know y’all ain’t do that sh** man. Real talk, y’all know who did that sh** man. Y’all need to stop lying on bodies. Y’all know we did that sh**, man.”
The idiot went on to implicate himself in even more crimes including other murders, robberies and felony type behavior that will earn him a one-way ticket to death row. And for what????? Clout. Attention. Likes.
Then, there’s the unknown rapper out of Georgia who literally edited a post to make it look as if he knew beforehand that XXXtentacion was going to get shot the day before he was murdered.
A few people saw the post for what it was but not before it was shared over 20,000 times.
And for what??? Clout. Attention. Likes. Then there was another wannabe rapper Yung Mac who posted “200 likes and I’ll upload the video of XXXTentacion saying he is not dead.” He included a little promo for himself in the process.
I don’t know which is wore the blatant attempt to mislead some of XXXTentacion’s fans into thinking that he wasn’t really dead or the almost 200 people that actually liked the foolishness.
CBS News with the help of Manhattan based clinical psychologist, relationship expert and social media guru Joseph Cilona took a look at what your facebook posts say about you noting that..
OUTSIDE OF YOUR EMPLOYMENT, WORKING INTERESTS OR CONTENT SHARING…You need social validation and attention if…
… you share viral content that everyone’s buzzing about.
“These individuals are often extremely concerned with attention and social validation. They are likely to be less interested in the actual content itself, and more interested in having an audience and how the audience receives and responds to the information,” Cilona says. “These kinds of needs and issues are similar to those who are attracted to becoming performers of some sort to gain the interest and captivate attention of an audience.”
You have a poor self-image if…
… you constantly post about how awesome, cool or fabulous you are.
“The irony with excessive status-seeking, self-aggrandizing posting [such as if you went to a fabulous party or had a blast at a particular event] is that it is a very strong indication of poor self-image, low self-confidence and an excessive need for approval, validation and recognition from others,” Cilona says. “There is often a dependence on outside approval to maintain a positive self-image and worth.”
This kind of posting pattern is also associated with narcissistic tendencies, including superficial relationships, lack of substance and manipulation, Cilona adds.
These observations can also be true if you’re a constant name-dropper.
You’re bored, lame or both if…
… you constantly update your Facebook profile with mindless things like stuff you watched on TV or what you ate today.
“Frequent and primarily banal updates can indicate a need for distraction from boredom, unpleasant tasks, or troublesome feelings and thoughts. This kind of behavior can also indicate a need for attention and validation combined with a more passive and introverted personality,” explains Cilona. “It’s also important to remember the obvious: someone whose updates consistently lack substance might simply be below average in creativity, originality and intelligence.”
(Miami, Fl) – An arrest has been made in the shooting death of popular rapper XXXTentacion. According to reports, authorities took Dedrick D. Williams into custody in connection to the rapper’s death on Wednesday. The 22-year-old faces charges of first-degree murder, driving without a valid license and a probation violation for theft of a car.
Williams has previous arrests for cocaine possession, weapons possession, domestic violence and aggravated assault with a firearm. He was also arrested for grand theft auto.During an incident in 2014, Williams allegedly held a gun to his girlfriend’s head. According to arrest records, he has at least 11 felonies.
XXXTentacion, real name Jahseh Onfroy was shot in the neck and killed outside of a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida. His lawyer says his client had withdrawn a large sum before visiting the shop, possibly to purchase a motorcycle. Police believe the murder was a robbery-gone-wrong, since the two men made off with a Louis Vuitton bag. It’s unclear if cops are still looking for a second suspect.
XXXTentacion had a rough upbringing, which included seeing his mother infrequently and being raised his Grandmother and crashing with friends. He had been upgrading a 1.4 million dollar mansion in upscale Parkland Florida in which he lived in with his mom. Prior to his death, in a video, he said, ‘If worse things come to worse, I (expletive) die a tragic death or some (expletive), and I’m not able to see out my dreams, I at least want to know that the kids perceive my message and were able to make something of themselves.’
He continued later: ‘I appreciate and love all of you and I believe in you all; do not let your depression make you, do not let your body define your soul, let your soul define your body. Your mind is limitless … you are worth more than you can believe.’
(Miami FL) – 20-Year old rapper Xxxtentacion, real name Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, was murdered today in south Florida. According to reports, the “Sad!” singer was murdered during a robbery in Deerfield Beach where he was found slumped over in a sports car with no pulse.
He was transported to a trauma center where he was pronounced dead. The young rapper had a slew of problems including 15 felonies that he was facing and currently awaiting trial for. Most of X’s legal issues stem from 2016 where he racked up charges from a pair of incidents for robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, witness tampering, false imprisonment and aggravated battery of a pregnant woman.
Problems aside, he seemed to be trying to get on the right side of things after a judge released him from house arrest so he could continue to tour and earn a living. His last social media post highlighted a charity event he was planning this weekend in Miami.XXXTentacion unleashed his sophomore album, ?, in March. He sold 131,000 units in the first week. ? gave X his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, powered by a pair of singles, including his highest-charting work to date, “Sad!,” which peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. During his career, X had 16 records land on the Hot 100.