50 Cent Weighs In On Rapper Ksoo's Father Testifying Against His Sons


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50 Cent is known to chime in with his thoughts on various trending news stories that float around social media. The rapper-turned-hit TV show producer recently felt compelled to offer his take on Jacksonville rapper Ksoo's family drama ahead of his murder trial.

On Tuesday, May 24, local news outlets in Florida reported that the father of Ksoo, Abdul Robinson, Sr., will serve as a witness for the state in his son's upcoming murder trial. Ksoo, born Hakeem Robinson, faces a first-degree murder charge along with his older brother Abdul Robinson Jr., who's been charged with second-degree murder, and three others who were charged. Robinson Sr. has agreed to testify against both his sons, which seemed to shock 50 Cent.

"👀Damn it Man, I seen it all now. you can’t trust nobody 🤷🏽‍♂️," 50 wrote in his caption.

Robinson Jr. was previously charged in the shooting death of Damon Rothermel, who was killed by a stray bullet in 2019 during a gun battle between two vehicles. Ksoo is accused of killing fellow Florida rapper Lil Buck aka Charles McCormick in 2020 and Adrian "Bibby" Gainer in 2019. Ksoo was indicted for the two murders back in March and has pleaded not guilty in both cases. Robinson Sr. is also charged in both his sons' cases as an accessory after the fact to first degree murder. Police believe Ksoo's father is the leader of a violent street gang known as Ace's Top Killers or ATK and that the rapper was a member.

The situation itself sounds like a dramatic arc from one of 50 Cent's shows. Currently, the Power executive producer is in the middle of working on season two of his show BMF. 50 recently recruited Mo'Nique to join the cast as "Goldie."


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