Hakeem Robinson, better known as rapper Ksoo, is facing murder charges. Fans ought to be aware that the Jacksonville rapper accused of two separate murders pleaded not guilty in April, forcing the trial to be continued. Now a shocking turn has come in the litigation, the rapper’s dad is up to take a stand against his own son in the upcoming murder trial session.

According to First Coast News, Ksoo’s father will testify against his son in his impending first-degree murder trial. After both of his sons were accused in 2020, Abdul Robinson Sr. agreed to help authorities. Jacksonville rapper Ksoo, faces first-degree murder charges, while his brother Abdul Robinson Jr. faces second-degree murder charges. Robinson Sr., along with three others, is accused of being an accessory after the fact of first-degree murder.

According to police and prosecutors, the family patriarch is the boss of Ace’s Top Killers, a vicious narcotics organization. Ksoo is thought to be a member and has helped promote the “murder rap” drill rap genre. Ksoo was accused of killing two rival Jacksonville rappers, Charles McCormick and Adrian Gainer.

Ksoo recorded videos with Yungeen Ace before his imprisonment. Ace’s 2021 track “Who I Smoke (A Thousand Miles Remix)” was a smash on the internet, and it featured the names of several Jacksonville murder victims, including Bibby.

According to court records, Robinson Sr. has consented to testify for the state in the McCormick case. He’s been transported out of the Duval County Jail as a precautionary measure. In the meantime, Ksoo has entered a not guilty plea to the allegations.

Ksoo’s father is all set to testify against his son. Now, let’s see what happens during the trial. There are many questions surrounding this case; stay tuned to Thirsty for answers.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma, is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She has written articles for a variety of journals. She has an interest in world news, journals, and articles. She then made the decision to write for Thirsty for news. On December 13, 2021, Muskan began writing in Thirsty. She has a range of other hobbies outside writing, such as traveling and exploring new places.

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