Drake has been ordered to sit for depositions or appear in court as part of the trial for the murder of rapper XXXTentacion.
Earlier this week, suspects Michael Boatwright, Trayvon Newsom and Dedrick Williams went on trial in Florida for murdering 20-year-old rapper real name Jahseh Onfroy in a June 2018 robbery outside a store. was given.
Williams’ attorney Mauricio Padilla alleges that Drake, whose real name is Aubrey Graham, was implicated in Onfroy’s death. , the hitmaker of God’s plan did not appear.
Padilla then filed a petition to force a deposition to be held on Feb. 24, and a judge granted the order on Thursday.
“If defendant Aubrey Drake Graham does not show up for deposition, he must appear in this court on Monday, February 27, 2023 at 10:00 am (sic) so the court will not can determine why it shouldn’t be insulted,” reads the order, according to Rolling Stone.
In an opening discussion on Feb. 7, Padilla referenced the alleged feud between the two rappers. bottom. I’m eavesdropping right now. ’” He later deleted the post, claiming it had been hacked.
The alleged feud began in 2017 when Onfroy believed Drake ripped off his song Look at Me! on his truck KMT. The young rapper escalated the feud by trolling Drake on social media several times.
The trial continues.