As part of the 34-man ‘OPERATION X-FORCE,’ FLORIDA RAPPERS 9LOKKNINE & HOTBOII were slapped with RICO charges

The 21-year-old Interscope Records singer Hotboii (actual name Javarri Latre Walker) recorded a song called “Nobody Special” with Future after releasing his debut album, Double O Baby, in December.

Up-and-coming 9lokk, a group of rappers from Orlando, Nine and HotBoii are two of the 34 people the Orange County Sheriff’s Office has been pursuing for over a year in an effort to put an end to the deadly rivalry between the Army Gang and the 438 Gang.

On Friday (July 2), the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation (MBI) released a fresh report to the media, dubbed “Operation X-Force” after the famous X-Men spinoff.

.“These are the nearly three dozen suspects arrested or wanted on racketeering or drug trafficking charges after a nine-month investigation into criminal gangs in Orange County by the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation (MBI),” the department said in a statement while brandishing all the mugshots.

9lokkNine, also known as Jacquavius Dennard Smith, is a 20-year-old rapper who has been held in police custody since June 21 on a $750,000 bail on racketeering and conspiracy charges. Officials claimed to have discovered 13 fully automatic weapons conversions inside the Cash Money rapper’s house during the news briefing.

The 21-year-old Interscope Records singer Hotboii (actual name Javarri Latre Walker) recorded a song called “Nobody Special” with Future after releasing his debut album, Double O Baby, in December.

He’s being branded “at large” and faces identical conspiracy charges as his Army Gang adversary 9lokkNine since he’s one of the few individuals who hasn’t been caught.

“Operation X-Force” lasted nine months and was sparked by the murder of Tavyiah King, a 16-year-old innocent bystander and niece of Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill.

“The ongoing feud that has been going back and forth between these gangs has been responsible for over 30 shootings and several homicides in a number of our jurisdictions,” Sheriff John Mina told the press.

The catalysts for the beefs are also Hip Hop diss tunes, as well as “women and territory.” From the mass shooting in Miami-Dade County to many other young artists being shot and living to tell the tale, Florida has seen its fair share of Hip Hop-violence this year.

 

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As part of the 34-man ‘OPERATION X-FORCE,’ FLORIDA RAPPERS 9LOKKNINE & HOTBOII were slapped with RICO charges

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