As news broke of the alleged autopsy leak of rapper XXXTentacion in 2018, the music world was left reeling with shock and disbelief. The young artist had been killed in a tragic shooting in Florida on June 18, 2018, leaving behind a massive following of fans and a legacy that is still remembered to this day. is autopsy photos have since surfaced online.
The events shook both his supporters and the music industry as a whole. Recently, images of what is allegedly his autopsy were posted via social media, which reignited interest in the case.
Scott Barbieux, a fan, was questioned about why he snapped a photo of Xxxtentacion after the rapper had been shot during the rapper’s murder trial. The musician was assassinated and robbed in front of Barbieux and his ex-girlfriend when they were shopping at RIVA Motorsports in Deerfield Beach, Florida, according to Barbieux, who admired the artist.
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Xxxtentacion’s Final Picture’s
According to Barbieux, who testified in court, he snapped a photo of the rapper’s physique and shared it on Snapchat. He explained that he was a tremendous admirer of Xxxtentacion and wanted something to remember him by for the rest of his life when questioned why he shot the image. But as soon as the picture was taken, the responding cops seized his phone.
Scott Barbieux Asked for a Picture Before
Moreover, Barbieux said in court that he had approached the rapper prior to the incident and requested a photo. But, Xxxtentacion ignored him and entered his car while acting furious.
The passing of Xxxtentacion, who was well-known for his outspoken lyrics and behavior, surprised many people in the music industry. His passing sparked a debate on the way that hip-hop culture normalizes violence.
#xxxtentacion autopsy accidentally shown in court today pic.twitter.com/InVdMT0jrk
— LOST BOYS (@StationLost) February 18, 2023
The trial was given a distinct perspective by Scott Barbieux’s evidence, which also revealed how Xxxtentacion’s supporters felt about him. Nevertheless, it also raised questions over the propriety of photographing a crime scene and what would occur if the images are posted on social media. In the end, one of the individuals suspected of killing Xxxtentacion was determined to be guilty, but the other one is still at large.