Attorney: Jacksonville rapper accused in murder doesn’t fit description of shooter seen in video
An attorney representing accused murder suspect Hakeem Robinson — also known as Jacksonville rapper Ksoo — took to social media last week to claim that a suspect seen in dashcam video running away from an ambush murder in Arlington last year couldn’t be his client because the suspect is too small.
Hip-hop feuds fuel series of Jacksonville murders
The warrant obtained by News4Jax on Wednesday begins to unravel a tangled web of gang-related murders that has played out in Jacksonville over the past two years, all involving local hip-hop artists. Robinson is a well-known associate of Jacksonville rapper Yungeen Ace, whose real name is Kenyata Bullard. Charles McCormick (Lil Buck) (Screenshot via Instagram)He told investigators he was with Robinson and Whitaker when they tracked down McCormick. The warrant shows investigators also looked at the Instagram page for Robinson, @ksoo23x, after the shooting to make their case. McCormick was also linked to Jacksonville rapper Julio Foolio, who has an ongoing social media feud with Robinson.
Controversial album cover features faces of men slain in Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A controversial rap album cover featuring photos of men who have been killed in Jacksonville is making its way around social media. The album cover isn't linked to a crime, but News4Jax crime and safety expert Ken Jefferson said it's possible the cover could be linked to gangs. McFadden said another person on the album cover is Caleb Sheffield. McFadden said she wants her son's photo taken off the album cover. News4Jax requested comment from the rapper in reference to the album cover but did not immediately hear back Tuesday night.