Tay-K is the last man standing in the murder trial of Ethan Walker.
Yesterday, 19-year old Jalen Bell pled guilty to two counts of aggravated robbery in the home invasion turned deadly shooting and will get 30 years.
Sean Robinson pled guilty to murder in August and got 40 years.
Two women originally charged in the murder, Ariana Bharrat and Megan Holt, had already flipped and got 25 years on lesser charges with the agreement that they would testify against the others. Lathan Merritt, the triggerman in Walker’s shooting, was convicted of capital murder in July and will serve life without the chance of parole.
That leaves Tay-K as the only co-defendant who hasn't been convicted of the crime or accepted a plea.
The 18-year has also been charged as the triggerman in another murder which he allegedly committed while on the run from the authorities for the Walker murder
The rapper who immortalized his run from the law in his hit "The Race" is also facing multiple civil suits from his victims.