Rapper Ksoo’s dad thinks testifying against his son in court is the right thing to do. He defended his decision on social media earlier this week.
Hakeem “Ksoo” Robinson, 23, is charged with first-degree murder. Abdul Robinson Jr., 27, is charged with second-degree murder. The father and son are accused of killing rival rappers Lil Buck and Bibby.
Robinson Sr. was also charged as an accessory after the fact to first-degree murder.
Abdul Robinson Sr. stated in a since-deleted Instagram post, “If it was me and my Daddy (Shaka tip) in a situation like this, I would’ve been freed my daddy along time ago,” he wrote. “NO MATTER WHAT MY CONSEQUENCES WOULD’VE BEEN(no justification needed).”
“Especially if he’s a good/great daddy(datpart) He could do more for me out of jail than in jail/prison!!!! WHO LEAVE THERE DADDY IN JAIL TO ROT??? ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU KNOW HE INNOCENT,” he continued in the post.
He said, “I would’ve been stood up and said my daddy ain’t got a F**K thing to do with nothing!!! You n***as and b***hes out in that free world talk that talk out there until its time to walk that walks FACING THAT LIFE SENTENCE!!!!!. #FreeGood/GreatDads #yeaiknyallnvrdo.”
The father, who police believe is being targeted for cooperating, has been moved out of the Duval County Jail for his safety.
Ksoo is not concerned about his dad flipping on him, according to the rapper’s lawyer Christopher DeCoste.
“This is yet another witness that came to them in handcuffs—we’re not concerned. The government has repeatedly said how bad of a guy the father is now they present him as some pillar of truth,” DeCoste told News 4. “All their witnesses—convicted criminals that were pending prosecution—have motive to lie to save themselves. Meanwhile, we have the truth like the video and witnesses that prove Mr. Robinson cannot be the shooter. That’s why we’re not concerned.”