Home Entertainment & Arts An old video of XXXTentacion claiming to still be alive resurfaces (News)

An old video of XXXTentacion claiming to still be alive resurfaces (News)

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The rapper was gunned down and killed yesterday

An old video in which XXXTentacion tells his fans that he is ‘still alive’ has resurfaced and is being shared online, following the rapper’s murder yesterday.

Tributes from the world of hip-hop and beyond have poured in after the controversial rapper, real name Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, was killed by multiple gunshots at the hands of masked men while shopping for motorcycles in Miami. He was 20-years-old.

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Since the news broke, an old video shared by the rapper claiming that he was still alive and that his apparent ‘death’ was part of a music video has now been spread across social media by a number of fans believing it to be current.

See the full original video below.

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Kanye West, Diplo, and J Cole were among the first stars to pay tribute to the rapper following the news of his death. West tweeted a photo of Onfroy with the caption: “rest in peace. I never told you how much you inspired me when you were here. thank you for existing.”

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Last month, Onfroy dropped his defamation lawsuit against a woman that he allegedly hit in a recently resurfaced video.

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The footage in question showed the Florida rapper dancing behind a woman, who was filming herself, before he appeared to hit her hard on the side of her head.

Last year, the rapper was released from prison and put on “very strict house arrest conditions”, after a document from an ex-girlfriend was filed claiming that she no longer wants XXXTentacion to be prosecuted for domestic abuse against her.

However, his house arrest was lifted. In October 2016, he was charged with aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, domestic battery, false imprisonment, and witness tampering.

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