Full Transcript of XXXTentacion’s Recorded Confession Released

A full transcript of the 27-minute secretly recorded audio in which XXXTentacion admits to abuse has been released.

Before he was shot and killed in June 2018, XXXTentacion was facing charges stemming from the alleged assault of his girlfriend. An unknown acquaintance recorded a conversation with X about the case. After his death, all the pending charges were dropped, essentially leaving him with his named cleared. However, the new recording provides strong evidence about what really happened whether he faced trial for it or not.

Now, the full audio has been released by Pitchfork. During the conversation, X can be heard discussing how he believed his girlfriend cheated on him with his friend while he was in jail.

He said, “So you know what I do, initially? ’Cause I used to f*** her up bruh. I used to f*** her up, bruh. You know what I did? I didn’t touch her. I didn’t touch her. I forgive her. I forgive her.”

However, he then continued talking about how he was trying to catch her in a lie, clearly still bothered by the situation. “And then I asked her another question just to catch her in her lie. Just to catch her and make sure I know she lyin’. ’Cause now I know she lying about certain parts. And I’ma get it out of her. I’m not gonna hit her.”

However, that seemed to be short-lived, as he later continued, “What nobody’s understanding, I put my source of happiness in another person, which was a mistake initially, right? But she fell through on every occasion until now. Until I started fucking her up bruh. But I started fucking her up because she made one mistake. And from there, the whole cycle went down. Now she’s scared. That girl is scared for her life. Which I understand. ’Cause [redacted], you seen me. You know what I do to people.”

He went on to describe how he had stabbed 8 people. He also discussed suicidal thoughts and pain he went through growing up that got him to where he was at at that moment.

Pitchfork has the full transcript of the conversation. While it doesn’t matter legally at this point, the conversation does shed more light on the relationship he had with his ex and what happened between them.

New music continues to keep his name current as well, with posthumous tracks being released constantly featuring the deceased rapper.

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