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XXXTentacion's mum shares picture of slain rapper's final resting place in Florida

By newadmin / Published on Monday, 09 Jul 2018 18:05 PM / No Comments / 9 views


XXXTentacion’s mum has shared a picture of the slain rapper’s final resting place.

The rapper, 20, was fatally shot in Florida after being ambushed in broad daylight by two men outside a motorcyle dealership, according to police.

His private funeral was held in the same state on Thursday and was attended by fellow rappers Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty.

On Saturday, XXXTentacion’s mum, Cleopatra Bernard, posted a picture of his mausoleum on Instagram.

She captioned it: “My guardian angel.”

The rapper’s final resting place is a stone structure engraved with both his stage name and real name, Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy.

In the months leading up to his death, the rapper made a will. According to TMZ his mother and two brothers are named beneficiaries of the will filed on November 17.

It is unknown what the contents of the 11 page will contain but mum Cleopatra revealed he was expecting a baby with his girlfriend. At the time of filing his estate he stated he had no children.

He was gunned down two weeks ago

Earlier this week fans paid an emotional tribute to the rapper at a memorial in Florida after he was shot dead on June 18.

Thousands of people chanted the lyrics to his songs as they gathered at the BB&T Centre in Sunrise to see the musician laid out in a casket, with two braids flowing over the side.

XXXTentacion’s short career was overshadowed by alleged incidents of domestic violence and at the time of his death he was facing 15 felony charges.

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They included counts of false imprisonment, aggravated battery of a pregnant woman and domestic battery by strangulation, for alleged incidents involving his ex-girlfriend in 2016.

XXXTentacion released two studio albums, 17 and ?, with the latter reaching number one on the Billboard 200 chart in March.

In May, he was one of the artists temporally banned from Spotify’s in-house playlists due to its policy of not promoting artists with a history of alleged hateful conduct.