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Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy AKA XXXTENTACION Born in January 23, 1998 at Plantation, Florida, United States, XXXTentacion grew up in Pompano Beach and Lauderhill in South Florida. He lived with his mother In his early teenage years, he developed a passion for music & Song writing. He was drawn to nu-metal and hard rock as well as rap, and tried to teach himself how to play the guitar and the piano.
In 2012 X attends high school at Piper High School in Sunrise, Florida, before dropping out in the tenth grade. Around this time, he says, he recorded and released a song, but there is no record of it online. But that is not popuplar in that days. In March 2014 X uploads his first song to SoundCloud. The track is called “Vice City”
In January 29 “Look at Me” gets an official release as a digital download. While its SoundCloud numbers continue to grow, the single doesn’t enter the Billboard charts for another ten-and-a-half months.
His debut single “Look at Me” is one of the most unlikely, lo-fidelity, broken-sounding, blown-out songs to ever fling itself across the Billboard Top 40. Not even two and a half minutes, it plays like an alternate universe where circa 1989 cassette-hiss indie rock bands like Sebadoh or Tall Dwarfs could compete for chart stature against Bad English and White Lion. It’s vulgar and graphicbut it’s harder to imagine radio playing it because of its sonics than its content – the track is distorted to the point of sounding like it was recorded from a car stereo blasting a block away. If the computer-produced, internet-distributed songs of Soulja Boy and Lil B were hip-hop’s original D.I.Y. punk revolution, then this was hardcore, ratcheting up the violence, shortening the attention span, and embracing the underproduced. Producer Rojas said XXX recorded it in 15 minutes. That’s is his talent
After Shortly the success of “Look at Me” XXX would release his debut LP, 2017’s 17, a pivot to narcoleptic songs that dealt openly with depression, heartbreak and suicidal thoughts on an album that was less than 22 minutes long. They still felt like first drafts, but these were tunes that sounded more like My Chemical Romance unplugged over a trap beat. With no real label beyond a distribution deal with Empire, and no physical version to speak of, it reached Number Two on the charts. Seven of its 11 songs charted on the Billboard Hot 100.
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XXXTentacion had a net worth of about $5 million dollars at the time of his death. That money earn from his pure talent. His songs contain his pure talent, He was very talented RAPPER & SONGWRITER.
Songs written by XXXTENRACION are….
- The Remedy for a Broken Heart (Why Am I So in Love)
- Revenge (XXXTentacion song)
- Riot (XXXTentacion song)
His official youtube channel have over 33 milion subscribers & 112 videos
His most viewed song is “SAD” and it have over 1 billion views.
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It was released as the lead single from the album on March 2, 2018. The track was produced by John Cunningham, and written by XXXTentacion. The song is XXXTentacion’s highest charting in the United States, peaking at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 following his death on June 18, 2018. The song has also amassed more than 1.5 billion streams on Spotify,
And he also featuring in songs with many famous singers. Such as
Take a Step Back.
Roll in Peace.
June 18, 2018 This famouse young rapper murder by gunshot. During the afternoon of June 18, 2018,XXXTentacion, was murdered in an apparent robbery just outside RIVA Motorsports. On June 18, X went to Bank of America to withdraw money before heading to RIVA Motorsports, for buy a motorbike. At 3:30 p.m. EDT, X arrived at RIVA Motorsports and entered with his uncle. After some times accused accomplices Robert Allen and Dedrick Williams followed X inside the store.
The two (Williams and Allen) walked right past X as he was browsing motorcycles. They are recorded coming into RIVA and buying two black masks. A half an hour later,
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X left the dealership, entered his Black BMW i8 and began to drive away from the dealership. The SUV drove in front of X’s car, blocking him in while Newsome and Boatwright exited the vehicle and demanded property from X. A brief struggle ensued, which resulted in X being shot multiple times in the neck by Boatwright Witnesses told police Newsome and Boatwright took a Luis Vuitton bag from X’s vehicle and then ran to the black Dodge.
The shooting occurred in east of the city of Parkland where X was living at the time. The Broward Country Fire department rushed him to the nearby Broward Helth North X was initially reported to be in critical condition following the shooting, but the The Broward Country Shiriff’s Office later confirmed his death.
Shortly following the announcement of X’s death, Broward County Sheriff’s Office offered a $3,000 bounty for any information leading to the arrest of any suspects. Originally, many fans of X numerous internet users and local residents suspected local Florida rappers Soldier Kidd and Soldier Jojo to be the killers of X due to several suspicious Instegram posts made by the pair with specific details that corroborated with witness reports, but these accusations were later dropped when Dedrick Williams and Michael Boatwright (the alleged shooter) were arrested.
On June 20, 2018, the The Broward Country Shiriff’s Office arrested 22-year-old Dedrick Devonshay Williams in connection with X’s murder. Williams was driving in his silver 2004 Honda before a traffic stop occurred. Williams was detained in the car chase that followed. Williams was identified by clothing he wore on June 18, which included orange sandals and a white tank top. The police matched images from security footage to recent pictures from Williams’ Instagram feed, which featured “the same or similar bright orange sandals”. He was also identified by employees who saw him enter RIVA Motorsports to buy a mask. After Williams’ arrest, two more active warrants were issued.
On June 27, 22-year-old Robert Allen was named as a person of interset in the case, and was later arrested on July 26.
On July 5, 22-year-old Michael Boatwright was also arrested by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Originally, he was arrested on drug-related charges, but on July 10, a warrant was put out for him related to the death of X. Police believe that Boatwright was the one who fatally shot X. The three men were later indicted by a Grand jury, alongside a fourth, for X’s death.
On August 7, 20-year-old Trayvon Newsome was arrested for his involvement in the murder. Newsome and Boatwright are the alleged shooters.
Dedrick Williams was charged with First dgree murder, probation violation, and was denied Bail On June 25, he pled not guilty. Williams had been arrested multiple times prior.
On July 10, Michael Boatwright was arrested and charged with first-degree murder. According to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Boatwright was initially arrested on unrelated drug charges on July 5 before he was formally charged with X’s murder on July 10.
On July 25, a third suspect, Robert Allen, 22, was taken into custody after U.S. Marshals found him at his sister’s house in rural Georgia. He was booked in Dodge County, Georgia and is being held without bond on a warrant from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.
On August 7, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office announced on Twitter that Trayvon Newsome, 20, was taken into custody shortly before 5:00 p.m. EST and had been booked on charges of first-degree murder and robbery with a deadly weapon. Jahseh X’s father, Dwayne Onfroy, has stated that he wants the Death penalty for the suspected shooters and Life imprisonment without the possibility of Parole for the suspected accomplices. Since the suspects are being charged in Florida, if convicted of first-degree murder, they would be eligible for capital punishment.
His fans were deeply saddened by his death…. But one day X told….
“If I’m going to die or ever be a sacrifice, I want to make sure that my life made at least five million kids happy or they found some sort of answers or resolve in my life”
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