XXXTentacion: Court releases horrifying surveillance video showing the rapper's brutal murder

XXXTentacion was murdered inside his car on June 18 near Deerfield Beach in Florida while he was out shopping


                            XXXTentacion: Court releases horrifying surveillance video showing the rapper's brutal murder

The brutal murder of rapper XXXTentacion was caught on a surveillance camera and the video was shown to the public for the first time at a Broward County court hearing on Friday.

The video which was aired by WPLG clearly shows the two murderers approaching the rapper's car as they draws out his gun. For a brief moment, it seems like the rapper stretched out his hand from the window and can be seen struggling as the two men tackle him through the car's window. One of the men then enters the rapper's car from the other side. Moments later, the assassin opened fire. The men then get back into their SUV after taking a bag from the rapper's car.

WPLG's reporter Janine Stanwood explained that, before chasing down the rapper, the assassins had initially tracked him down when the 20-year-old was shopping for motorcycles in South Florida. Watch the gruesome footage below. 

One of the suspects, Robert Allen, can be seen wearing a black tee-shirt in the footage. As he and his partner enter the shop,where the rapper was looking at motorcycles, they quickly walk past XXXTentacion who seems to have just brushed them off as mere visitors to the store.

Considering that he is one of the confirmed suspects in the case, Allen is probably not getting out of jail anytime soon. In spite of the request placed by his attorney, the Broward County judge ruled on Thursday that he should be held without bond.



 

Allen's attorney was apparently of the opinion that the bond should be accepted since Allen wasn't the one who pulled the trigger. However, the request was denied by Judge Michael Usan who ruled that he should remain in jail.

Authorities are of the opinion that, among the four suspects who are charged with first-degree murder in the June 18 ambush, it is Michael Boatwright who had apparently pulled the trigger since it was he and Trayvon Newsome who got out of the car carrying guns. All three along with the fourth suspect, Dedrick Williams, are being held without bond. 

XXXTentacion was killed on June 18 near Deerfield Beach in Florida.