XXXTentacion’s fans pay tribute with London memorial

The rapper died last month

The fans of XXXTentacion have paid tribute to the rapper at a London memorial meet-up.

Fans gathered in London’s Hyde Park to remember the rapper after he was shot dead last month.

Footage posted on social media shows large groups of fans singing some of the rapper’s best known songs – with fans hailing it as a “special day”.


“Just want to say how proud I am of everyone who contributed / attended the memorial at Hyde Park in London on the 7th July 2018”, one fan wrote on Twitter.

“It was so beautiful and thank you to the organisers you did such an amazing job it was such a special day.”

Last week, another arrest warrant was  issued for a “person of interest” in the murder of XXXTentacion.


Robert Allen, 22, has already been identified as a person of interest in the case. In a news release earlier this week Broward Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Veda Coleman-Wright said detectives wanted to know what he knows about the star’s death.

Coleman-Wright also confirmed that police are seeking to arrest him for violating his probation for possession of flakka – a synthetic street drug akin to bath salts – and for carrying a concealed weapon.

One suspect, 22-year-old Dedrick Williams, has already been arrested on murder charges. He has yet to enter a plea.