XXXTentacion Feared He’d Be Sacrificed or Die Young & Leaves Fans Message In Last IG Live Video Post – Watch Here!
Hours before his fatal shooting, XXXTentacion posted what is now a prophetic Instagram Live video in which he spoke clearly about the fact that he may “die tragically or be a sacrfice.” Looking at the video now and looking into his face as he speaks, it’s as though he knew his days here were limited but he didn’t know they weren’t days but just hours. He states, “Worst things come to thing comes to worst, I die a tragic death or some sh*t and I’m not able to see out my dreams, I at least want to know that the kids perceived my message, were able to make something of themselves and were able to take my message and use it and turn it into something positive and to at least have a good life.”
His now immortal message which will live out in cyberspace eternally seemed to be a good bye message to his fans, friends and family. The message has an emotional feel to it as he explains what he hoped and wished for in his past, present and future. He concludes the live video with, “Because I know my goal in the end and I know what I want for everyone is to know what my message is. So I just want to say I appreciate and love all of you. I believe in you all. Do not let your depression make you, do not let your body define your soul. Let your soul define your body. Your mind is limitless and you are worth more than you could believe. All you have to do is dream, and all you have to do is want to fulfill that dream and have strength.”
Hours later XXXTentacion would be dead at the age of 20.
Watch his IG Live video which was his last post below.
I REALLY HOPE XXXTENTACION IS GOING TO BE FINE 💔💔💔💔 pic.twitter.com/tOFHsS7naY
— Instanity (@InstanityYT) June 18, 2018
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