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50 Cent On Ksoo’s Father Abdul Robinson Sr. Testifying Against Him in Murder Trial

Rapper 50 Cent has reacted to Ksoo’s father Abdul Robinson Sr. testifying against him in a murder trial. Before 50 Cent’s reaction, Abdul explained why he had to testify against his own son in the murder trial. People on the internet are shocked!

Vlad has got the details;

Many were shocked when it was reported on Tuesday that rapper Ksoo’s father was going to be the prosecution’s star witness in his murder trial. While Ksoo’s peers and rivals have reacted to the most recent development, 50 Cent offered his thoughts when he highlighted the story on his Instagram.

“Damn it Man, I seen it all now. you can’t trust nobody,” 50 wrote as the caption to his post, which showed the mugshots of Ksoo and his father Abdul Robinson Sr.

Several rappers cosigned 50’s post, such as Uncle Murda and Fat Joe, who wrote, “They think i lie.”

Ksoo was indicted on a first-degree murder charge for the 2020 death of alleged rap rival, Charles McCormick. An alleged shootout between two vehicles resulted in Damon Rothermel’s death after he was hit by a stray bullet. According to reports, Robinson Sr. decided to cooperate after he was charged as an accessory to the murders of McCormick and Rothermel.

The Jacksonville rapper is also facing additional charges for the 2019 death of Adrain “Bibby” Gainer.

A father testifying against his own son in a murder trial is shocking to the bone. This is the background story;

According to documents obtained by First Coast News, Abdul Robinson Sr., 51, is cooperating with authorities and will testify against his son, Jacksonville rapper Ksoo, real name Hakeem Robinson, 23, in a first-degree murder case. Prosecutors allege that Robinson Sr. is the leader of a violent drug gang known as ATK or Ace’s Top Killers, and they also claim that Ksoo is a member of the gang.

Ksoo was indicted for first-degree murder for the deaths of Adrian Gainer, aka Bibby, in February 2019, and Charles McCormick, aka Lil Buck, in January 2020. Both Gainer and McCormick were also rappers in Jacksonville.

Robinson Sr. is charged as an accessory after the fact of first-degree murder for the death of Damon Rothermel, 50, who was killed by a stray bullet while riding his bike. Between this case and the McCormick case, he is also facing three felony charges that could each carry sentences of 30 years in prison. In addition, Ksoo’s brother, Abdul Robinson Jr., has also been indicted for first-degree murder in McCormick’s murder case. Three others are also charged in the case.

Dominique Barner, one of the six defendants in McCormick’s murder case, is also cooperating with investigators, and he revealed more information about the beef between McCormick and Ksoo. According to investigators, Barner stated that Ksoo started beefing with McCormick after he dissed Ksoo’s half-brother, Willie Addison, aka Boss Goon, who was murdered on January 16, 2019.

According to prosecutors and police, an off-duty officer witnessed a gunman use a rifle to kill McCormick and then flee in a Nissan Altima. Prosecutors claim that surveillance footage shows that Ksoo was the shooter, which the rapper’s attorneys deny. The off-duty officer chased the Nissan until it crashed and three people fled on foot. Prosecutors say fingerprints on a rifle found in the Nissan and hair on a nearby t-shirt were linked to Ksoo. Ksoo has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Jacksonville rapper Foolio, who spoke to VladTV about his friendship with Bibby, reacted to the news of Ksoo’s father testifying against him in the case. He wrote on his Instagram Stories, “Lol I said this months ago all the opps said I was cap [.] I’m a genie wit this sh*t [.] Free [Ksoo] all them ratting.”

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