XXXTENTACION Seems to have $50K On him When He Was Killed
CNN reports he had only withdrawn the money, and the money was still in $100 packages.
Deerfield Beach, FL – More details continue to appear in the June 18 shooting death of XXXTENTACION. The CNN reports of the late Broward County, Florida the rapper had $50,000 in cash stuffed in a Louis Vuitton bag the day he was killed.
The 20-years of age, was at RIVA motor sports in Deerfield Beach for the purchase of a new motorcycle when he was shot dead. X according to reports, had just withdrawn the money and the money was still in $100 packages.
Surveillance video captured X and a friend arrive at RIVA at about 3:30 in the afternoon local time, shortly before a truck stopped, according to the affidavit. Two men got out of the vehicle and casually passed by X and his partner were shopping in the store.
The two men on the left and parked nearby before returning a few minutes later, as X got into his BMW. X was killed after a brief struggle. He later died of his wounds in a local hospital.
A grand jury has indicted four men on charges of first-degree murder and armed robbery. Michael Boatwright and Dedrick Williams — also known as Tattooman Chucky on Instagram — are in custody, while Robert Allen and Trayvon Newsome, remain at liberty.
Looks like I am going back to school I can teach u niggas something 🤫🦍🦍🦍
A post shared by Tattooman Chucky (@_tattoomanchucky) on Jun 20, 2018 at 9:37am PDT
According to the affidavit, authorities seized several items from Williams ' house, including a live .22-caliber round that matched casings recovered from the crime scene and items of clothing with tags still on them. We also found a receipt for almost $800 of clothes to buy in Fort Lauderdale store the day after the shooting.
Not only that, a video in which Williams cell phone in fact, soon after the killing, taught him how to dance with $100 bills and the phone's GPS co-located in RIVA a minute before the shooting.
The affidavit also reportedly says Boatwright was in possession of several $100 bills