Two of the men are currently in custody with the Broward County Sheriff's Office, while two are still wanted by the police. A motive has not yet been reported, but a bag was stolen out of X's car at the time of the shooting. According to local news site NBC Miami, all four men are charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery with a firearm.
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The 22-year-old man, Michael Boatwright, was charged on Tuesday with first-degree murder for his role in an apparent robbery outside of RIVA Motorsports in Florida on June 18 in which he and another man, Dedrick Williams, shot and ultimately killed 20-year-old rapper XXXTentacion, born Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy. Boatwright had also been arrested on July 5 for unrelated drug charges, authorities confirmed.
Police arrested Williams just two days after the shooting after extensively reviewing video surveillance from the crime scene. Williams has been charged with first-degree murder, as well as violation of probation and driving without a valid license. According to the Miami Herald, Williams had a history of criminal behavior, such as grand theft auto and domestic violence.
XXXTentacion's untimely death stunned his fans and prominent rappers such as Jay Z, who gave Onfroy a shoutout on "Talk Up," a track off of Drake's new album, Scorpion. Others have called out XXXTentacion's actions, specifically a history of sexual, emotional, and physical violence.
In 2016, Onfroy's ex-girlfriend, Geneva Ayala, filed a police report alleging he physically assaulted her on numerous occasions, once when she was pregnant, and threatened to kill her "literally like every day." She later set up a GoFundMe page to help raise money to pay for orbital damage caused by one of the alleged attacks. Just a month before XXXTentacion's murder, Ayala told the Miami New Times that his fans had been harassing her and calling her a liar for years.
Representatives for XXXTentacion and Broward Country Sheriff's Office have not responded to Refinery29's request for comment.