XXXTentacion left behind a will, which he had signed at the end of 2017, less than a year before the 20-year-old died as a result of a robbery last week. The Blast obtained court records that show the Florida rapper’s mother filed the probate case for his estate earlier this week on June 25. The filing includes an 11-page will that was executed on November 17, 2017. 

The precise details of the will remain unknown. There is, however, a section devoted to beneficiaries of his estate. When X died, he left behind a pregnant girlfriend, but it is currently unclear whether or not his future child is named in his will. The rapper’s mother has requested to be the administrator of his estate. 

Yesterday, thousands of fans, family, and friends gathered at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, for a final open-casket public memorial for the artist. 

Police have so far arrested and charged one suspect, 22-year-old Dedrick D. Williams, in the fatal shooting of the rapper. Police believe at least two other men were involved, and police named a second person of interest on Wednesday, 22-year-old Robert Allen.  

This morning, the music video for “SAD!” dropped, with the first half of the video depicting the rapper attending his own funeral. The song peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week, jumping from its previous peak spot of No. 7