XXXTentacion's estate to launch branded merchandise - report
The trustees of slain rapper XXXTentacion's estate are reportedly looking to release branded merchandise.
Hip-hop star XXXTentacion, real name Jahseh Onfroy, was shot and killed in his home state of Florida on 18 June (18), while sitting in his car outside of a motorcycle dealership.
Since his untimely death, the 20-year-old's track Sad! has soared up to the top of the U.S. charts, and his mother has launched a charitable foundation in the late rapper's name. And now it looks like fans will also be able to soon get their hands on XXXTentacion branded clothing too.
According to TMZ, his camp has applied for a trademark to put the performer's name on a line of streetwear, including jerseys, jackets, hats, T-shirts, sweats, collared shirts and hoodies.
The application was reportedly filed at the end of June, not long after XXXTentacion was fatally wounded.
Police have so far arrested one person in connection to the murder, which they believe to have been an armed robbery.
In his will, XXXTentacion named his mother Cleopatra and brother Aiden as the sole beneficiaries of his estate.
The star's future child, that his girlfriend at the time of his death is pregnant with, was not named in the will as the document was written prior to the pregnancy.
Stars including Kanye West, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill have publicly paid tribute to the late rapper since his death.
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