XXXTentacion attends his own funeral in haunting music video filmed before rapper’s death and released the day after his memorial

The video for the track, titled Sad, shows him walking through a church filled with mourners and approaching a casket.




In a chilling premonition of his killing, the rapper puts his hands on the side of the coffin and looks solemnly inside — where a body with his distinctive two-tone hair style is lying in rest.

The corpse then comes alive and the two fight — symbolic of the rapper defeating his "former self".

And in a cryptic note that appears in the final part of the video, a scrawl reads: "People change. Things change. And so did I.

"As long as the outcome is good for myself and my family I'm not complaining".

XXXTentacion, who also went by X, was gunned down in a suspected armed robbery outside a motorcycle dealer in Florida.

He was shot in the neck during the daylight ambush on June 18.




Yesterday family and friends bid a tearful final goodbye to the 20-year-old rapper, born Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, in the town of Sunrise.

The open-casket memorial at the Panther Stadium saw grieving mourners including hundreds of teens gather to comfort each other and pay their respects.

Music blared from speakers outside and fans crossed their arms in X-shapes and to sing along.

X's heartbroken mum briefly acknowledged the crowd but did not say anything.

One teen at the memorial told the Miami Herald: "It’s crazy the first time I see him, I see him in a casket."


Dedrick Devonshay Williams, 22, remains in custody charged with the rapper's murder.

Police are also hunting a second "person of interest" in relation to the X's death.

Broward County Sherriff's Office revealed they are searching for 22-year-old Robert Allen.

In a tweet, the Sherriff's Office said they are "interested in talking" to him to help with their murder probe.



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