A BMW sits idle after reports of a shooting in Deerfield Beach involving Broward rapper XXXTentacion on Monday, June 18, 2018.
Born Jahseh Onfroy, XXXTentacion was both one of the most popular new rappers to emerge in years, and also a source of consistent controversy over credible claims from an ex-girlfriend that he repeatedly physically abused her while the two were dating.
Newsweek reached out to the Broward County Sheriff's Office for comment but had not yet heard back.
The rising star was later pronounced dead.
While friends and loved ones organize the candlelight vigil, fans continue to pay their respects at his memorial, where a woman was seen drawing XXXTentatcion's face with chalk.
The Daily Mail reports the rap star bought the Parkland home for $1.4 million last November and renovations were almost complete. XXX won the fan vote to make the cover. They said they admired XXXTentacion because he was a local kid who rose from rough circumstances and was making a positive contribution.
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"Without any promotion in traditional terms, his second album, entitled "?", debuted at the top of the Billboard album chart in March. "He has been a kind person".
"Rest in peace. I never told you how much you inspired me when you were here", West posted on Twitter along with a photo of the rapper. "He was speaking his mind".
"X talked about how he felt instead of materialistic things like owning this auto, this vehicle, this house, this house", Gavin said.
Prominent figures from the music world and beyond are expressing shock and sadness at the shooting death of 20-year-old rap breakout XXXTentacion earlier today.
"He had all these mistakes that could have wound up defining him but he didn't let that happen", Lang said. "He taught them how to cope".
The entertainer, who sported dreadlocks and a number of facial tattoos, was a rising star.
XXXTentacion pleaded not guilty to multiple felony counts, including witness tampering, and had been under house arrest for a time while he awaited trial.