Sound has risen recently rapper XXXTentacion clearly admitting striking his ex and stabbing nine individuals.
The account was made in mystery and is accepted to date from 2016, when he was blamed for bothered battery of a pregnant lady.
The Miami-Dade County express lawyer’s office said he “makes admissions to various criminal acts” in the sound.
At the season of his passing, the star, genuine name Jahseh Onfroy, was anticipating preliminary for domestic violence charges, harassment and witness tampering – all of which he denied.
The Miami-Dade County state lawyer said the chronicle was thought to have been set aside a few minutes of his capture in October 2016 for the strike and bogus detainment of his ex, Geneva Ayala.
A representative for the express lawyer’s office stated: “Both barrier and state trusted the tape had admissions of criminal movement on it.”
In the chronicle, the rapper examines his ex, who he accepted had undermined him.
He can be heard saying: “I put my wellspring of joy in someone else, which was an error at first, correct? Be that as it may, she fell through on each event as of recently.”
He proceeds to state how he started attacking her, including: “Now she’s frightened. That young lady is terrified for her life. Which I understand.”
Prior in the account, he promised to slaughter her “on the off chance that she play with me”.
Notwithstanding the dangers against his ex, the rapper additionally alluded to a stabbing episode in Florida, saying: “I’m on [Miami] New Times for stabbing, what number of individuals they put in the news? They said three, it was eight. In Deerfield.
“She’s seen this…” he keeps, alluding to Ayala. “She know. So she’s frightened. She supposes I will murder her.”
In January 2016 a nearby Florida daily paper, the Sun Sentinel, detailed that police were “hunting down the individual who wounded three individuals amid a battle in Deerfield Beach.”
XXXTentacion additionally confessed to stabbing a previous administrator, an episode for which he was captured in Orange County, Florida.
Following the rapper’s demise, a judge chose to drop the outstanding criminal cases against him.