Rapper XXXTentacion Dead at 20 After Being Shot in Miami

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In October 2016, he was arrested on charges of false imprisonment, witness tampering, and aggravated battery of a pregnant victim - his former girlfriend - ultimately facing 15 felony charges in the case.

XXXTentacion had been at RIVA Motorsports checking out inventory, the sheriff's office said.

Authorities in Florida say they're searching for two suspects in the fatal shooting of rapper-singer XXXtentacion.

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According to dispatch audio, the incident was a possible drive-by shooting and the shooter or shooters apparently fled the scene in a black Dodge Journey.

In one incident, she accused him of headbutting her, forcing her into a bathtub, and kicking her because she had sung the words to a song by a friend of his in the auto, she said in the deposition.

Onfroy has experienced legal troubles since the age of 16, when he was sent to a youth detention center for gun possession charges. He was 20-years-old.

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He made headlines last June in San Diego when he was knocked unconscious during a performance at the Observatory North Park, KTLA sister station KSWB in San Diego reported.

"A subsequent tweet said", "next time make sure you kill me so I can't talk (expletive)". A judge in March granted his request to be freed from house arrest in order to take his music on tour. His mother would buy him clothes, phones and other gifts. "I just came to the point like, 'I gotta help this kid'".

In a social media message recorded just hours earlier, he spoke about his own death.

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Kanye West shared his condolences, saying "Rest in peace I never told you how much you inspired me when you were here thank you for existing". Your mind is limitless. His second album ? spent a week at No. 1 in March and featured the hit single "Sad!" which peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100.