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Drake To Sit For A Deposition In XXXtentacion’s Murder Trial

Defense Attorneys Accuse Drake Of Killing Rapper XXXTentacion

The defense has been able to convince a judge to subpoena Drake to a deposition in the ongoing XXXtentacion murder trial. The defense’s lawyer, asked a judge last week to subpoena Drake to a zoom deposition as he is a possible suspect in the murder of XXX back in 2018 and has refused to comment.

Social media pointed fingers at Drake right when XXX was murdered because the two rappers had an ongoing beef. And to make matters worse for Drake, he released a song three weeks after XXX was killed and allegedly confessed to the act. The rumors are turning real as the defense is building a case against Drake.

Michael Boatwright, Dedrick Williams, Trayvon Newsome, and Robert Allen are the current suspects standing trial for the case. Robert, the fourth suspect has agreed to testify against his three friends, for a second-degree murder charge, while the three suspects face a first-degree charge.

Well, although the murder weapon has been found in the fourth suspect’s room and one of them is ready to testify against the three for a lesser charge, the judge has ordered that Drake appears at the zoom deposition and answer every question that comes his way.

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A judge has ordered Drake to sit for deposition or appear in court during the XXXTentacion murder trial.

Prosecutors are arguing that XXX, who was killed in June 2018 during a robbery outside a motorcycle store that quickly escalated to violence, is somehow connected to his murder.

Michael Boatwright, 28, Dedrick Williams, 26, and Trayvon Newsome, 24, are charged with first-degree murder with a firearm and armed robbery with a firearm. They are accused of killing rapper XXXTentacion, whose real name was Jahseh Onfroy, during an armed robbery in 2018 in Florida. A fourth defendant, Robert Allen, took a plea deal for a 2nd-degree murder charge, and he is set to testify against his friends.

“If deponent Aubrey Drake Graham does not appear to deposition he must appear before this court on Monday Feb. 27, 2023 at 10 a.m. EST at so [sic] the court can determine why he should not be held in contempt,” the court order reads via Rolling Stone.

Dedrick’s attorney explained to the court that neither Drake nor his lawyers have responded to requests by the defendants to appear for a zoom deposition. After getting no objections from the prosecution, the judge authorized the attorney to do a “rule of show cause,” which is in effect a subpoena of Drake.

Will Drake come out clean? Well, legal issues are sketchy, give it time.

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