US Rapper, Lil Loaded In Police Custody For Murder


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Lil Loaded has found himself behind bars on a murder charge.

The Police records as regards the case on Tuesday, November 10, show that, Loaded, born as Dashawn Robertson, was taken into custody by the Dallas Police Department on Monday evening (Nov. 9).

While the confirmed details surrounding his murder charge are sketchy at the moment, his bond, which has been set for $500,000, has not been posted yet. He’s currently in the Suzanne Lee Kays Detention Facility in Dallas.







In addition to his bond, a spokesperson for the Dallas Sheriff’s Department confirmed that there is a hold on his bond for pretrial services.


However, if the 20-year-old rapper meets the set bond, he will be given an ankle monitor to wear prior to being released.


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Although news is now making rounds online about Lil Loaded’s arrest, he’s been absent on social media for about two weeks. His last Instagram post was on Oct. 25 as a memorializing tribute to the death of his friend Savage Boosie.

“So much love fa u they thought we had the same mama ima see u soon,” he captioned the Instagram post, which also has the comments disabled.

After Lil Loaded shared the IG post, some fans are insinuating that he is responsible for the death of Savage Boosie.

One user wrote on Twitter, “Bro no way lil loaded just got arrested for killing his homie wit a drakeo.”

Other comments followed through under a post Savage Boosie shared on Oct. 16, featuring himself, Loaded and a third man.

“Bro this shit crazy loaded in this pic and he still killed u or sum shit???,” the person wrote. “This shit crazy man the world need fixing bro I can’t believe this shit man rip bro.”




A third IG user said, “No way loaded actually killed him.”

Then, another social media user commented, “Loaded ain’t do this,” following by an emoji of a man palming his face and three praying hands.



The San Bernardino, California-born and Dallas-bred rapper attained significant clout after revamping YNW Melly’s 2018 song “Butter Pecan” for Loaded’s version that was renamed “B.O.S” in 2019.

In the same vein that same year, he also released his popular track “6locc 6a6y.” The success of the song is undeniable as it has streamed over 30 million times on Spotify.

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