Social Media Investigators Have Already Found XXXTentacion’s Killers

Two days ago, rapper XXXTentacion was murdered in cold blood inside his BMW sports car on Monday the 18th of June in South Florida, Broward County, after leaving a motorcycle dealership. Two hooded men pulled up in a black Dodge SUV car, and then unloading multiple shots at Jahseh Onfroy, killing him instantly on the spot.

A truly sick murder that police have claimed to be an armed robbery, however, this looks more like an assassination and witnesses spoke of the shooter wearing a red mask. In a bizarre incident not long after XXXTentacion’s murder, somebody by the name of Soldier Kidd (another rapper or gang member) posted on his Twitter that he shot and killed XXXTentacion. He outed himself over social media about killing Jahseh Onfroy, before deleting his Twitter account.

However, he didn’t delete his account quick enough, before researchers started gathering evidence of both him, and his fellow rapper Soldier JoJo. Just take a look at all the evidence, including a black SUV Dodge in these photos (keep scrolling), with even an unmistakable red mask, along with a GPS image of their movements away from the motorcycle dealership, in order to have a meal afterwards, which puts them at the scene of the crime, and in the right timeframe.

Soldier Kidd and Soldier JoJo are now the prime suspects of the XXXTentacion murder. Note the red mask, bottom left. Credit: HotNewHipHop

These youngsters are obviously complicit and guilty of the crime, and it will be interesting to see just how long until they are arrested and questioned for XXXTentacion’s murder. A truly sick and horrifying assassination which they boasted about on social media afterwards, which has now spelt their downfall and opening themselves up for even a retaliation attack.

Take a look at the following evidence, which should put the culprits behind bars in due time (or an early grave), one would presume, based off of the evidence on the following slides from Instagram.

Soldier Kidd and Soldier JoJo have obviously denied any part in the crime, but all the evidence puts them at the scene of the crime at the motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach. Soldier Kidd later stated that he was “at home all day, popping Xanax and s*** like that”, as said on his Instagram story.

That’s not a very good alibi from a person now seen as the main suspect in XXXTentaction’s murder. It’s now up to the Broward County Sheriff’s Department to make the arrest and prove the murder case, beyond a shadow of a doubt.

XXXTentacion performs during the second day of the Rolling Loud Festival in downtown Miami on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Credit: Miami.com

Soldier JoJo also posted on social media responding to allegations that he was one of the assailants, writing, “We respect everybody, straight up. We ain’t with none of that s*** man, I respect that man for who he is, and RIP to that man.”

So, will the police arrest Soldier Kidd and Soldier JoJo, or at least take them in for questioning? If they don’t do it, it may seem like the police don’t wish to solve the crime, and so far no arrests have been made. However, there may be an arrest coming up very soon, as they both look extremely guilty by their own doing.

XXXTentacion knew that he had many enemies, and even his family and producer Xflo are calling his killing an intentional  assassination, rather than an armed robbery gone wrong, as we have also suspected from the very beginning.

Xflo said this about his murder: “Honestly, I hate to say it but I don’t believe it was a robbery. I don’t believe it was a robbery at all.”

We will keep you updated on this case as more news rolls in, if any arrests are made. So, keep your ears and eyes peeled for what’s about to happen next. A truly tragic and brutal murder for which the culprits should be locked up for life. We suspect a paid hit in the murder of XXXTentacion. What do you think? Tell us in the comments section down below.

 

Story by The Narrator

Featured Photo Credit: The Ringer

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