Two exceptional U.S. rappers, XXXTentacion and Jimmy Wopo, were killed on Monday in distinct shootings close Miami and in Pittsburgh, police and nearby media revealed.

In Florida, the Broward County sheriff's office said that XXXTentacion, 20, was shot while leaving a motorsports dealership in Deerfield Beach, around 40 miles (64 km) north of Miami. 

The rapper, whose genuine name was Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, was later articulated dead, the sheriff's speciality said.

The grown-up male casualty has been affirmed as 20-year-old Jahseh Onfroy, otherwise known as rapper #XXXTentacion," the sheriff's speciality said in a posting on Twitter.

Two men fled the scene in a dull shaded SUV after one of them opened fire, striking the rapper in what specialists said in an announcement gave off an impression of being a conceivable theft.

A delegate for XXXTentacion's free record mark couldn't instantly be gone after the remark.

XXXTentacion discharged his introduction collection in August 2017. His second collection "?" appeared at No.1 on the Billboard 200 collection graph when it was discharged in March.
XXXTentacion was brought up in Plantation, Florida. As indicated by media reports, he had invested energy in prison and youth confinement focuses and was anticipating preliminary for abusive behaviour at home against his pregnant sweetheart.

His passing started tributes from the hip-bounce network, including from Kanye West. "rest in peace I never revealed to you the amount you enlivened me when you were here thank you for existing," West tweeted.

In the second episode, Wopo kicked the bucket after a twofold shooting in Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and nearby TV channels detailed. Points of interest of the shooting were not quickly accessible.

In a statement on his Facebook page, Wopo’s manager Taylor Maglin wrote, “I lost my brother today and it’s the worst feeling in the world. He was destined for greatness and he wanted the best for his friends, family and community.”

Wopo, 21, whose real name was Travon Smart, was considered a rising star in the Pittsburgh rap scene and his 2016 “Elm Street” music video has garnered more than six million views on YouTube.