XXXtenacion allegedly shot in South Florida, TMZ reports

XXXtenacion allegedly shot in South Florida, TMZ reports

Rapper XXXTentacion has been shot in South Florida, according to a report. Witnesses say they heard multiple shots fired.

TMZ reported the rapper dead and the county sheriff's department stated on Twitter that "The adult male that was taken to the hospital has been pronounced dead". Cellphone video taken at the scene shows the unconscious rapper in the driver's seat of his auto after the shooting.

The Broward Sheriff's Office tweeted that law enforcement was responding to a shooting incident in Deerfield Beach, about 40 miles north of Miami.

XXXTentacion was shot Monday - TMZ has learned - and an eyewitness tells us he appeared lifeless with no pulse. However, reports now indicate that it may have been a drive-by shooting, with the shooters leaving in a black Dodge journey. He is now awaiting trial on domestic violence charges for allegedly abusing his then-pregnant girlfriend.

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Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, born January 23, 1998, was an American rapper, singer, and songwriter, who was born and raised in Plantation, Florida.

Onfroy is best known for his song 'Look At Me!', which became a viral hit during his time in prison.

"Onfroy's second studio album, "?", debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart in March.

He was released from jail on house arrest late last year and was released from house arrest earlier this year to allow him to tour. In response, Spotify recently removed all of XXXTentacion's music from its curated playlists, though that policy was quickly rolled back after others in the industry, including Kendrick Lamar's manager, threatened to retaliate.

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