XXXTENTACION Inflexible Fake Hanging Was not A Publicity Stunt

HipHop News Posted on August 24, 2017 at 2:58am

XXXTENTACION Inflexible Fake Hanging Was not A Publicity Stunt

The controversy in Florida, the rapper says that it was just a teaser of an upcoming music video.

Controversial Florida rapper XXXTENTACION took his antics to another level after he uploaded an Instagram video that seemed to show the musician that hangs himself.

Thursday (August 24), X took to Instagram to blast those who thought that the disturbing clip was simply a publicity stunt when he says that it was just a preview of an upcoming music video.

"if you thought that was going to 'pretend' to kill myself, by a trick of the advertising that you're fucking stupid," X wrote in the title.

if you thought that was going to "pretend" to kill myself, by a trick of the advertising that you're fucking stupid

A post shared by DO HILL (@xxxtentacion) August 23, 2017, at 8:58pm PDT

The provocative clip, released on Wednesday (August 23), shown at the top of what appears to be X the little head before a hanging body is seen hanging from a branch of a tree.

A post shared by DO HILL (@xxxtentacion) August 23, 2017, at 5:34pm PDT

Several fans of the rapper quickly expressed concern, apparently sure of the authenticity of the grim visual.

X reappeared on social media, hours later, that the world may know the scene was of a upcoming music video, and rebuked those who did not "catch".

"It was a support for my music video," X said in a livestream. "It was a piece of the music video. Everyone needs to chill the fuck out. I was just trying to get a preview. I did not know that people don't catch on ... I was in the middle of the recording, so I could not explain myself ... I'm not playing with the suicide. Mostly because I had a girl kill herself in my fuckin' hotel room. Not even two, three months ago."

X is preparing the release of his new album, 17 years old, which doubled as a project to help those who suffer from depression. 17 expected to arrive Friday (August 25).

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