Hakeem Robinson: Did he kill Bibby? Is He detained in Jacksonville, Florida?

Hakeem Robinson: Did he kill Bibby? Is He detained in Jacksonville, Florida?

Ksso, a stage name for American rapper Hakeem Robinson, is accused of killing Adrian Gainer, also known as Bibby, in 2019.

Ksoo has been imprisoned in the Duval County jail since September 2020 after being charged with being the cause of Lil Buck’s death earlier in the year.

Ksoo: Did you kill Bibby?

The musician, whose real name is Hakeem Robinson, is charged with the murders of Bibby in February 2019 and Lil Buck in January 2020. Police believe that the Jacksonville native killed the two men in separate gang-related events. They said that Ksoo shot Bibby at the Hilltop Village Apartments on West 45th Street.

One week before the two murders were charged, Ksoo appeared at a bond hearing in a Duval Court. The prosecution played Ksoo’s 2021 song and music video, Been Dead, in which he brags about killing people as additional evidence for the high bail.

Rapper Ksoo is still incarcerated for the murder of Adrian Gainer

Ksso is charged with murdering two different victims in two separate years. The rapper’s family still believes that he is innocent despite the most recent accusations. Recently, Shay Robinson claimed that her brother was innocent at a press conference held in front of the Duval County Courthouse.

She noted that she had spoken to both sides over the years and was pleased with how thorough the judge was. Shay asserts that after hearing her brother’s case, the court acted fairly.

Ksoo, a rapper, is being charged with two first-degree murders. According to the authorities, Robinson killed Adrian Gainer in 2019 and Charles McCormick in 2020. Additionally, Abdul Robinson Junior and his father, Abdul Robinson Senior, have each been charged with murder and are accused of being an accessory to the crime. All men are required to appear a second time prior to being charged in court

Murder of rapper Bibby timeline

Robinson had been charged with second-degree murder in connection with those incidents and had previously spent nearly two years in the Duval County jail. Robinson’s attorneys were arguing for his bond to be reduced so that the head of the record label to which he is signed could pay for it when the most recent indictments occurred.

When the indictments were made public, Robinson’s bond was about to be cut by Duval County Circuit Court Judge Tatiana Salvador, making the bond moot. Robinson will remain incarcerated. He might live there the rest of his life given the increased charges.

Robinson’s attorneys assert that the reason they are not shocked by the new accusations is because of the state’s plan to prevent their client from being released from detention. Robinson was detained on a $1 million bond after being charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of Charles McCormick, 23, on January 15, 2020.

Robinson’s record company, Cinematic Music Group, was in the process of trying to post the bond when the state announced a fresh murder charge. This time, Robinson was charged with murder in the February 25, 2019, slaying of Adrian Gainer Jr., also known as Bibby, a 16-year-old.

Is Ksoo Alive Or Dead?

Ksoo is presently being held in the Duval County jail on first-degree murder charges for the deaths of two different people in 2020. He has refuted all of the accusations, and his family likewise holds him to be innocent.

Two rival gangs, ATK and KTA, are at war with one another in Florida right now. ATK is led by rapper Yungeen Ace, and KTA is run by rapper Foolio. Many YouTube channels around the country are covering this feud.

Robinson and Yungeen Ace have worked together on a number of music videos where the two rap about using weapons, shedding blood, and killing their opponents while donning diamond-encrusted jewellery with ATK badges.

It’s difficult to identify the exact moment when this iconic hip-hop war started, but several historic Jacksonville homicides that were celebrated in well-known rap music videos likely contributed to the issue.

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