Here Is Why Drake Has Been Mentioned In The Murder Of XXXTentacion


Here Is Why Drake Has Been Mentioned In The Murder Of XXXTentacion

According to numerous reports, rapper Drake has been summoned and asked to sit in a deposition over the murder of XXXTentacion.

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Following the recent development in the murder of rapper XXXTentacion, grammy award-winning rapper Drake has been summoned by the court after the rapper was accused of allegedly being involved in the killing of XXXTentacion in 2018.

According to rolling stone, one of the suspects in the case has alleged that Drake was involved in the death of the rapper following their beef at the time of his death.

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Rolling Stone revealed:

Drake is facing a court order to either sit for a deposition or appear in court in connection with the ongoing XXXTentacion murder trial.

Prosecutors have never claimed that Drake (real name Aubrey Graham) was involved in XXXTentacion’s death. Instead, they’ve argued that XXX (real name Jahseh Onfroy) was killed in June 2018 during a robbery outside a motorcycle store that quickly escalated to violence. The theory that Graham is somehow connected to Onfroy’s death comes from Mauricio Padilla, a defense attorney for one of the three suspects, Dedrick Williams. (Williams, along with Michael Boatwright and Trayvon Newsome, pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.)

Padilla has inserted Graham, and his alleged feud with Onfroy, into his case as a possible alternative theory to the killing.

The document stated that Drake must appear for a deposition on Friday, the 24th of February, 2023 and if he fails to appear then, he would be mandated to appear in court on Monday the 27th of February 2023.

It read:

“If deponent Aubrey Drake Graham does not appear to deposition he must appear before this court on Monday Feb. 27, 2023 at 10 a.m. EST at so [sic] the court can determine why he should not be held in contempt.” 

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