XXXTentacion's estate has set up a "museum" to honor the late artist and complement his second posthumous album Bad Vibes Forever Volume 1, which dropped last week.
The museum includes personal items, like clothes. But what everyone is Tweeting about is X's estate's decision to put the BMW i8 he was shot dead in on June 18, 2018, on display.
Yo.. Seriously? They’re out here showcasing the car XXXTentacion died in, for what? Bro, the man got shot to death in that shit..— BlackySpeakz (@BlackySpeakz) December 6, 2019
I don’t care if it was “the car of his dreams”.. Am I the only one who feels this way wtf.. X fans man, wake the f^ck up.. pic.twitter.com/cl9m7Y2t11
bro this just as bad as them milking his unreleased music that he wouldn’t want out because he didn’t get to finish— Andrew ++🎴® (@papichuloandrew) December 6, 2019
Nah wtf. First off there is literally no need for a museum about X let the man be in peace, secondly that's awful they literally have the car he died in be in display. I literally dont know how they where "ight boys let's put the car X died in so we can milk more money out of him— isaiahcantu (@Zayahhhh) December 6, 2019
I find it incredibly weird that they made a museum for xxxtentacion with displays like the car he was shot in? Apparently bc it was his fav vehicle but cmon let him rest?— alesha! (@aleshalaurabe) December 7, 2019
On the other hand:
Dude what are you talking about they showcase the jacket Abraham Lincoln was shot in, what are they going to do throw the car away?— JadtheGod🚿🌊 (@jado506) December 6, 2019
Can you say the same thing about the car that Tupac Shakur was shot in? I believe it was displayed and also auctioned.— Ian Malik (@IanMckizzle) December 6, 2019
Four men were charged in XXX's death. It sounds like it was a robbery gone too far, but nobody's taken pleas or gone to trial yet.
What do you think about the car being on display? Bad test, or another example of a group of Tweeters being way too sensitive for this world?
XXXtentacion estate has yet to weigh on in the controversy.