Drake’s Security Kicked Subpoena For XXXTentacion Murder Trial Down Driveway

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A defense attorney in the XXXTentacion case is determined to have Drake deposed as he is trying to prove that XXX’s beef with Drake—or any other rapper—was the cause of his death opposed to the robbery-murder that took X’s life.

According to XXL, Drake’s security kicked the subpoena down the driveway instead of accepting it when the process server attempted to serve the rapper.

The court filing says, “On February 14, 2023, a domesticated California subpoena was taken by process servers to Mr. Graham’s residence, where the prior subpoena was accepted on the previous service. The process server was greeted with armed guards who refused to accept the service. The guards closed the colossal gate in the process server’s face.”

The motion continues, “After having the gate shut in his face, the process server posted the subpoena, only to have Mr. Graham’s staff literally kick the subpoena down the long driveway that leads to the Beverly Crest mansion, Drake’s Beverly Hills residence. Security is heard saying ‘no one is being served here.’ Apparently, Drake’s security staff believes that physically kicking the subpoena is a legally sound way of refusing service.”

Drake’s lawyer appeared in court on his behalf last week to argue against Drizzy being deposed.

Four men have been charged with XXXTentacion’s murder, which took place outside of RIVA Motorsports in Deerfield Beach, Fla. on June 18, 2018.