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TMZ published a report early Monday in which a letter from Williams to Michael A. Usan, a criminal division judge in the 17th Judicial Circuit Court in Florida. In the letter, Williams —one of four indicted in the Bad Vibes Forever artist's murder—cites a weak immune system as the basis for his concerns. Williams also alleges that "a deputy at the Broward County main jail" infected an inmate with COVID-19, adding that no one at the facility is being tested for the virus.
"I am sending you this letter to save my life," Williams reportedly states in the letter.
The judge hasn't yet responded to the letter, which also sees Williams saying "Never have I missed court or failed a drug test since being in your courtroom." He also says he hopes the judge and his family "are safe as well." Per the report, Williams is currently behind bars due to violating probation, though he claims innocence in the murder of the artist, who was 20 years old when he was fatally shot outside a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida in 2018.
Earlier this month, the Eif Rivera-directed video for XXXTentacion's Lil Wayne collab "School Shooters" was released. The track is taken from the aforementioned Bad Vibes Forever, which also included "I Changed Her Life" with Rick Ross and the album closer "It's All Fading to Black" with blink-182.