XXXTentacion's alleged murderer appeared in court last Thursday to hear the charges he is facing after the fatal shooting of the 20-year-old rapper.
According to TMZ, the alleged criminal arrested for the murder of XXXTentacion is Dedrick D. Williams, who went before the judge at the Broward County Courthouse last Thursday and was charged with 1 count of first-degree murder and held without bond due to probable cause. After his arrest, he was also hit with a probation violation after a 2014 case, and will appear on Monday yet again for that case.
Williams was first arrested Wednesday night in South Florida, and was booked for first-degree murder by the Sheriff's department. He had previous arrests for cocaine possession, weapons possession, domestic violence, aggravated assault with a firearm, and grand theft auto.
While the arrest was made, cops believe that there are two more people involved in his murder, and the judge has already signed two of the other arrest warrants. The two suspects are not yet in custody of the police.
The 20-year-old rapper was gunned down Monday afternoon in broad daylight as he sat in his car outside of a motorcycle dealer. Now that cops have gathered surveillance footage, the investigation has gone into full swing and they are trying to solve his unjust murder.