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    Ryan Garcia Accuses Drake of XXXTentacion’s Murder

    Boxer Ryan Garcia has recently caused a stir by making a bold and controversial accusation. In a surprising turn of events, Garcia has alleged that rapper Drake was involved in the murder of XXXTentacion. This claim taps into an existing conspiracy theory within the hip-hop community.

    On June 20, Garcia took to X and made the explosive claim. Following his fight with Devin Haney after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, Garcia tweeted, “F**k it Drake killed X.” This was not only a jaw-dropping tweet but very unexpected because it felt like it came out of left field.

    In reality, Garcia’s tweet catered to a running theory that has been floating around since the unfortunate death of XXXTentacion in 2018, which suggests some form of a connection between Drake and the murder because of their highly publicized beef. Though there is a need to note this, no evidence has been found to prove this.

    The beef between Drake and XXXTentacion started in 2017. One day, XXXTentacion claimed eventuality into Drake copying his music, particularly the sound and flow of his track “Look At Me” for Drake’s song “KMT.” XXXTentacion did not hold any grudge back as he went ahead with expressing anger: “It’s crazy that people think that after all this time, after all, I’ve been through, that I’m the type of person to go and take that and make it my own.” However, this beef did not escalate so much and was just one way.

    Drake was again in the news as rumors resurfaced that he had a hand in XXXTentacion’s murder during the murder trial. Again, no evidence pointed to Drake as having any involvement in the tragic event.

    On June 18, 2018, Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy was shot and killed in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Michael Boatwright fatally shot XXXTentacion after he had been robbed in his car by him and other accomplices, namely Trayvon Newsome, Dedrick Williams, and Robert Allen. The police charged the four men with first-degree murder and robbery with a firearm.

    In March 2023, Boatwright was subsequently convicted by a jury for first-degree murder and robbery with a firearm, as were Newsome and Williams. Newsome and Williams were given life in prison without parole, while Boatwright received two consecutive life sentences in addition to another 30 years in prison. Robert Allen genuinely pleaded guilty to robbery with a firearm and got seven years in jail with credit for time served, then 20 years of probation upon release.

    After the blowback from his tweet, Garcia apologized. He posted on X, “I’m sorry, Drake, my bad, it’s love.” This statement caused much controversy; however, the damage was done.

    Many believe it is just another Garcia attempt at staying relevant because, currently, he is serving an entire year of suspension from the boxing commission after failing their random drug test. This suspension and the succeeding tweet put Garcia in the spotlight for reasons other than his boxing career.

    Drake’s involvement in XXXTentacion’s murder isn’t new. The later XXXTentacion himself had alluded to this, saying that should anything happen to him, Drake would be the one responsible. He then denied this statement at some other time, saying it was an account hack.

    Ryan Garcia accuses Drake of XXXTentacion's murder

    Garcia‘s claims certainly did not go down very well. Rapper Ski Mask The Slump God, one of the close friends of the late XXXTentacion, came forward on social media and blatantly disputed Garcia’s claims, saying that he was trying to peddle unfounded conspiracy theories. Garcia’s claims have largely been ignored by the hip-hop community because his allegations are bereft of any form of evidence, especially about the actual killers who were convicted for the crime.

    The latest shocking accusation made by Ryan Garcia against Drake has once more enlivened an age-old conspiracy theory. Keep in mind that there was no verified proof. People involved in the actual murder of XXXTentacion were convicted, never having proven the theory. Garcia’s tweet looks like some pointless, untimely outburst overshadowing his current controversies in boxing.

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