Drake must testify at trial says Alleged XXXTENTACION Murderer
Nearly five years have passed since XXXTENTACION, just 20 years old, was brutally killed in Florida. But his fans are still moved by the emotional music he created, so his legacy will endure. The Florida native, however, did have a checkered past that included allegations of violence.
Dedrick Williams, the person suspected of murdering him, has entered a not guilty plea. Now he’s demanding testimony from several famous people who he claims were involved.
Williams’ lawyer just a few weeks ago named a number of notable persons as possible witnesses. Included are artists like Joe Budden, 6ix9ine, Quavo, Takeoff (RIP), and Drake.
According to recent rumours on AllHipHop, the alleged murderer is eager to have Drake testify against him. The paper states, “The testimony of the said Aubrey Drake Graham is material to the case, and it is necessary to take the deposition of the said Aubrey Drake Graham to prevent the failure of justice,”
During 2017, Drizzy and the “SAD!” rapper got into an on-record feud. A disgruntled Floridian voiced his displeasure with “KMT,” a song off the Toronto star’s More Life album. X made it known that he thought Drake was ripping off his style and cadence on the track. He is accused of copying X’s chart-topping song “Look At Me!”
Williams and his lawyer reportedly think that in Drizzy’s most recent song, “On BS,” the rapper is actually discussing the murder. In the second stanza, he raps, “Damn, maybe I should do a twenty, maybe I should break that twenty, do a ten / Maybe I should break that ten, do a five, then if it gets live, do a five again / If he held his tongue on that live, he’d be alive again.”
DJ Akademiks is another witness Williams and his legal team would want to see testify. His lawyer says the celebrity streamer makes incessant comments about the case.
“Mr. Allen, who goes by the stage name ‘DJ Akademiks’ posted his podcast on December 21, where he openly discusses the case, acknowledges being served and states, ‘I am not showing up to court to talk to y’all n****s’. It is clear that nothing short of a court order will ensure Mr. Allen’s participation in a deposition,” read documents