American rapper XXXTENTACION was shot and murdered on June 18, 2018, precisely one year earlier, during what police think was a botched robbery.
Now, his team has announced a fresh documentary that will come in the near future about his short but contentious life. A trailer was published on Tuesday (June 18) to X’s Instagram account along with the caption, “Documentary Coming Shortly.” “There is certainly a distinction between Jahseh Onfroy and XXXTENTACION,” he states in the video. “It’s a tale, it’s the whole tale and this is the last time I’m going to say it.”
X was gunned down outside of RIVA Motorsports in Pompano Beach, Florida. The owners of the motorcycle dealership shared their deep sorrow via Twitter shortly after his death along with countless others.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of our friend Jahseh (@xxxtentacion). We considered him part of the RIVA family and he will be deeply missed. 💔We will close today at 5 PM in order to join in the vigil to celebrate his life and pay our respects. #xxxtentacion #youwillbemissed pic.twitter.com/GCa7CxTP6K
— RIVA Motorsports (@RIVAMotorsports) June 19, 2018
In the wake of X’s passing, several of his releases have been certified multi-platinum, including “Moonlight,” “SAD!” and “Changes.” X’s debut album, ?, and his posthumous release, Skins, both topped the Billboard 200 as well.
No release date for the upcoming documentary has been revealed.