The deposit of XXXTentacion serves to make headlines

drakes Lawyer appears to be working overtime even after a judge in the XXXTentacion Murder trial granted Drizzy’s request to avoid testifying, as reported by The shadow room last week.

Well, now it looks like he might have to take a seat after all.

Drake is now due to appear for testimony on Friday, with the lawyer claiming it’s all for headlines only

Trial officials reportedly attempted to serve Drake with a subpoena at his Beverly Hills home on Valentine’s Day, which his associates vigorously refused. According to court documents, Drake’s security guards kicked the subpoena into his driveway after servers attempted to deliver the paperwork to the “I’m Too Sexy” rapper.

Drake is now due to appear on Friday for testimony, which his attorney says is just a way of “bringing a celebrity spectacle into an otherwise routine trial and making headlines in the case.”

According to the Miami HeraldMauricio Padilla, attorney for Dedrick Williams, one of the three men charged with the murder of XXXTentacion, filed a motion last week asking Drake to testify.

Drake’s armed guards kicked a subpoena into his driveway after the server arrived on Valentine’s Day

In court documents shared on Twitter by Los Angeles Magazine legal reporter Meghann Cuniff on Monday, Padilla recalled trying to serve the subpoena on Drake outside his California home on Valentine’s Day.

However, “armed guards” reportedly not only sent away the servers, but also kicked the subpoena down the driveway.

“The process server was hit by armed guards who refused to accept service,” Padilla wrote in the document shared by Cuniff. “The armed guards closed the colossal gate in front of the process officer’s nose.

Padilla added, “After closing the gate in his face, the process server released the subpoena, only to have one of Mr Graham’s security personnel literally push the subpoena down the long driveway.”

“Apparently, Drake’s staff believe that physically kicking the subpoena is a legally sound way of refusing service,” Padilla continued.

Meanwhile, representatives from Drake have not yet responded to a request for comment on the matter.

XXXTentacion performs on Saturday, May 6th, 2017 during the second day of the Rolling Loud Festival in downtown Miami. (Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

Four suspects caught two months after XXXTentacion’s death claim no connection to Drake

XXX, real name Jahseh Onfroy, was shot dead outside a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida on June 18, 2018. He was only 20 years old.

The young rapper was leaving the dealership when his car was blocked by an oncoming SUV. Two masked gunmen then confronted Onfroy and fatally shot him before stealing the rapper’s personal belongings – later discovered when a bag containing $50,000 in cash – and fled the scene. The shadow room reported at the time.

In August 2018, two months after Onfroy’s death, four suspects – Michael Boatwright, Dedrick Williams, Robert Allen and Trayvon Newsome – were arrested and charged with first-degree murder, robbery and firearms offenses.

Allen, who became a state witness, told the court last week that the group was not hired by anyone to kill XXXTentacion after one of their defense attorneys tried to claim that Drake hired them to kill XXX. The shadow room reported earlier this week.

Shooting suspects Trayvon Newsome, left, and Michael Boatwright enter the courtroom for the opening statement in the XXXTentacion murder trial at the Broward County Courthouse Tuesday, February 7, 2023 in Fort Lauderdale. (Amy Beth Bennett/South Florida Sun-Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

Rapper once posted that if he ever ended up dead it would be Drake’s fault

The two artists had feuded at the time of his death, with XXX at one point accusing Drizzy of stealing his lyrics or style, spurring speculation that Drake had hired her to kill his rap rival.

And even more suspicious is the fact that in February 2018, XXX stated on social media that if he were ever dead, Drake would be the cause, Padilla said on day one of the trial on February 7.

Onfroy was killed just months after this post in June 2018.

The rapper, whose real name is Jahseh Onfroy, once explained on social media that if he were ever dead, Drake would be the reason.

However, he later retracted this bold statement.

“If anyone tried to kill me it was @champagnepapi [Drake’s Instagram handle]. I’m just snooping.” Onfroy posted before deleting it, along with a few other inflammatory posts.

Trial Oversight: Murder of XXXTentacion and Court Developments

XXX was mugged after leaving the store in his BMW when Williams clipped the rapper’s sports car with his SUV while Boatwright and Newsome rushed into XXXTentacion’s car to rob him, prosecutor Pascale Achille said in court last Tuesday.

The trio eventually stole about $50,000 that XXXTentacion had in a Louis Vuitton bag before Boatwright shot him several times “without provocation,” Achille said. The shadow room reported.

The three were linked to the shooting through surveillance footage and cellphone ping spots, as well as testimony from Robert Allen.

Allen has entered into a plea deal and is expected to testify at the trial, Achille said.

The rapper was a platinum-selling rising star whose music explored themes of prejudice and depression in his songs. However, XXX drew widespread criticism for multiple arrests, including allegations and arrests for severely beating and abusing his girlfriend. The deposit of XXXTentacion serves to make headlines

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