Proving Details For XXXTentacion Murder Suspect 

Arrest Warrant for Suspect in XXXTentacion’s Murder Williams Provides Details Leading to

Details proving that XXXTentacion Death Suspect Williams is responsible for his death.

After an initial dearth of details surrounding the murder of XXXTentacion this past Monday (June 18), a police warrant has provided a substantial amount of new information regarding the case.

This police warrant, which was secured by TMZ, offers details that diverge a bit from previous reports surrounding the case. At first, it was reported that X died from a single gunshot wound. Now, police say the rapper was shot multiple times. While XXXTentacion’s lawyer said police believed the robbery and subsequent murder of X came at random, the arrest warrant reports that the men were actually in Deerfield Beach, Fla.’s Riva Motorsports at the same time X was and that they waited for him after he left the location. That bit seemingly indicates some level of premeditation.


According to a police document , surveillance footage from inside Riva Motorsports show two suspects believed to be responsible for X’s death actually walked past the rapper in the store. The warrant reports that the two men then left the building and waited 10 minutes for X to leave the store before approac.hing the rapper.

From there, the document reports that 22-year-old Dedrick Devonshay Williams, who was arrested for first-degree murder on Wednesday (June 20), drove an SUV in front of X’s BMW so the rapper couldn’t leave the scene. It was from that point, the document reports, that two gunmen jumped out of their vehicle and asked X for his belongings. After they approached the 20-year-old artist, a brief struggle ensued and the gunman, or gunmen, shot the rapper.

Police believe the culprits left the scene with a small bag, possibly the initially reported Louis Vuitton bag X was said to be carrying at the time of his death. X, who was recently revealed to have been an expecting father, was taken to Broward Health North shortly thereafter. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office pronounced X dead after he was teken to the hospital.

Interestingly, the warrant also spotlights the idea that police don’t necessarily believe that Williams was responsible for shooting and killing the rapper. In their report, it is written that but might not have been the actual shooter. Police have reportedly issued two other arrest warrants for two suspects they believe to be responsible for actually killing the rapper.