XXXTentacion Fans Believe Drake Hired Hitmen To Kill X "Louis Bags In Exchange For Body Bags" From His New Album Scorpion Adds Fuel To The Fire


This crazy new conspiracy insinuates Drake is responsible for the rapper’s murder. Um… what? Definitely sounds pretty far fetched, but apparently the idea stemmed from an actual feud between the two artists, according to YourTango.
The 2017 single “Look At Me” launched XXX into the mainstream when the track gained traction on Soundcloud. In an interview from the time, XXX said Drake was impressed by him, and promised to contact his manager “within a few days.” Well, this phone call allegedly never happened. Cut to a few days later, and Drizzy performed a new song “KMT” that XXX fans claimed sounded just like “Look At Me.”
The late rapper subsequently went off on Twitter about Drake allegedly ripping him off. However, the tweets were then deleted, and he claimed to have been hacked. He simmered down a bit and addressed the feud calmly in an interview with XXL Mag, but still insinuated that the “God’s Plan” singer is still guilty of using other people’s music.
Fans claim that hints about XXX’s death are hidden in lyrics to Drake’s single, “I’m Upset.” The lyrics are: “End up gettin’ loose and gettin’ pictures from my ex, SMS, Triple X/That’s the only time I ever shoot below the neck.” While the victim’s stage name obviously contains the triple X. Also in his single Mob Ties he says “Louis bags in exchange for body bags” when X was killed a Louis bag was stolen from his BMW. He also say “Hire some help (help), get rid of these niggas” in the same track.
Drake has not yet to respond to any of the allegations and conspiracies but Jay Z dropped a quick verse. “Y’all killed X and let Zimmerman live, streets is done”.
Things still weren’t healed between the pair, because XXX decided to share an Instagram story that said “If anyone tries to kill me it was [Drake.] I’m snitching RN.” This post came just three months before XXX was shot and killed in his car in Deerfield Beach, Florida on June 18.
 

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