“The Race” Rapper Tay-K On Trial For Murder And Has Hottest Song Out

Tay-K got into some legal trouble last year when 21-year-old Ethan Walker was killed during a home invasion in Mansfield, Texas. The single peaked at number 48 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this summer and could climb higher. The judge was very clear to tell Mr. McIntyre,” the statement reads. He was captured on June 30th in Elizabeth, New Jersey. McIntyre on the record that this decision has no bearing whatsoever of his guilt/ innocence in this case. “The judge has ruled that his case should [be] moved to the adult court based on his age (and the fact that the juvenile court will lack jurisdiction soon). His trial has been delayed reportedly due to lack of enough evidence and his lawyer, James McMillan, says that he is confident that his client will be exonerated. Teenage rap sensation Tay-K is on trial for murder as an adult and he has one of the hottest rap songs out “The Race.”
The controversial 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Taymor McIntyre, is currently in jail and is charged with capital murder. McIntyre will be exonerated on all of the charges. https://t.co/rhxwCk5E5p pic.twitter.com/nM8U1Thww1
— Joe Coscarelli (@joecoscarelli) August 23, 2017 “We just concluded the ‘certification transfer’ hearing for Mr. Mr McIntyre remains upbeat after this hearing. On Wednesday, he was in court for a hearing and a judge ruled that he will be tried as an adult. McIntyre engaged in any of the violent [acts] or possessed any weapons. As if that wasn’t enough, while on the run he became a suspect in another murder case and as well as an assault case involving a 65-year-old man. After a full day hearing with numerous officers testifying under oath, officers testified there was no evidence that Mr. The young rapper was arrested and charged with the murder and was placed on house arrest, but he later cut loose his ankle monitor and went on the run, thus becoming a fugitive. McMillan released a statement to The New York Times reporter Joe Coscarelli who posted it on Twitter. We look forward to moving ahead.”
Following his most recent incarceration, his single “The Race” was released online and almost overnight became a viral hit. I believe once all of the evidence is presented, Mr.