Drakeo The Ruler’s was stabbed and killed at Once Upon A Time Festival L.A. on Saturday, December, 18. The tragic passing of Drakeo has brought multiple theories to light. Some of theories come from the people closest to the rapper.

Earlier, Drakeo’s mother said that her son was “rushed” by forty to sixty people the moment YG walked into the backstage area. In a video showing the fight before Drakeo was stabbed in the neck, many people could be seen wearing 4Hunnid merchandise. “4Hunnid” is YG’s brand.

Now, Drakeo’s affiliate, rapper K7 The Finesser, is claiming that he thinks YG set up the attack on the late 28-year-old. K7 said that YG’s crew was allowed to roam backstage with approximately 70 people. The people were allegedly carrying weapons and knives.

Drakeo was restricted to 15 people on his team and they were all checked for weapons before being escorted inside. K7 thinks that the bad guys snuck in anyway. K7 argues that YG had Drakeo killed as he was afraid that Drakeo was coming for his spot as one of the top rappers in Los Angeles.

“I’m speaking facts, bro, YG a real-life b*tch n***a,” said K7 in a live stream. “All them n***as is b*tches. On my momma, YG did some hoe sh*t. If I see cuz, I’m gonna slap the sh*t out that n***a.” he added. “YG a real bitch. Because he knew Drakeo was going to take his spot. He set the whole sh*t up. This sh*t was a setup from the start.” K7 said angrily. You can watch the full K7 video below.

This is just one theory, because an official investigation is underway. We will continue monitoring this ongoing story here at Thirsty.

YG has not addressed the rumors about being involved in Drakeo’s attack backstage at the festival this weekend. Let us know what you think in the comments.

Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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