XXXTentacion Murder Suspect Denies Drake’s Involvement

Lyndon Abioye |

In court, a murder suspect in the killing of XXXtentacion was asked directly whether Drake was involved in the rappers killing.

“Do you know Drake?” state attorney Pascale Achille asked Robert Allen.

“Not personally, no” he replied.

“Did anybody connected with Drake that you’re aware of hire you to do the crime of killing and robbing the victim on June 18, 2018?” Achille asked.

“No,” Allen replied once again.

This week a judge denied the defense’s request for Drake to sit for a deposition.

Judge Michael Usan sided with Drake’s attorneys and he reportedly signed off on an order voiding a subpoena that would have required the star to sit for such a deposition.

“Based on the evidence so far provided in this case, there is video which purports to show the defendants allegedly as participants in the murder of the victim. No evidence has been provided to substantiate the assertion that [Drake] in any way contributed to, had knowledge of, or participated in the alleged incident and to mandate that he appear for deposition for something that he very clearly has no relevant knowledge of is unreasonable,” the judge writes.

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