Dedrick Devonshay Williams, the suspect arrested in connection with XXXTentatcion’s death, has a lengthy Instagram and Facebook history. On Instagram, he goes by the name Tattooman Chucky. And on Facebook, he goes by the name Chucky Williams. His social media pages include a post on Facebook, less than a day before his arrest, that reads “Don’t piss me off u will never know wats next.” Here’s a more in-depth look at what he has posted on social media and photos of Dedrick Williams from Instagram and Facebook. This is a developing story. (Note: Some posts or comments on the posts may have profanity or disturbing content.)
His Facebook Page, ‘Chucky Williams,’ Includes a Post About Being Thankful for Not Being in Jail
His Facebook page, which is posted under the name Chucky Williams, includes a post about being thankful for not being in jail.
But shortly before he was arrested, he posted: “Don’t piss me off u will never know wats next.”
In the Facebook post above, he shared a photo of him wearing a shirt with the name “Tattooman Chucky” and “Zombiez Ink.” From other posts on Facebook and Instagram, he appeared to make a living in the tattoo industry. However, he also had an extensive criminal history, including being accused of aggravated assault with a firearm and battery.
He often posted photos and videos of himself with large amounts of cash, like these:
He also posted about having more humble beginnings, but it was actually a quote from a song called Satellites.
He once posted a video about being a godfather, which showed kids playing on a trampoline. He also sometimes posted videos that showed him singing to music. Here are some more samples of his Facebook posts.
His earliest posts on Facebook seem to begin in 2010, but his posts don’t become public until April 12. His posts prior to that appear to not be public, except for a few public posts he made about tattoos in 2013 and the costs for getting them. He also posted about having a son and a few other topics. In one post on New Year’s Eve 2013, he wrote: “Happy news years eve errbody its a war out here im juhh tryna fina cover and more amunition.” (sic)
In 2013 he posted the photo below, writing: “I hide da pain threw my ink so u will neva know wat I think.” He has nearly 5,000 Facebook friends.
A Woman Who Said She Was Williams’ Wife Also Posted on Facebook Under the Name Chucky Williams
Around 2014 and 2013, a woman who said she was his wife and had his kid also posted on Facebook. Her name was Fredline La’faithh and Williams tagged her in a number of his posts. At some point, she changed her Facebook name to Chucky Williams.
Williams posted a series of happy and thankful posts about her in 2013, including photos that she also had on her Facebook profile. She also logged into his account a couple times to post.
But in 2014, she began posting about how she missed him and seemed to indicate that he was separated from her for some reason. In the comments, she indicated that they were separated because he was “locked up.”
On Instagram, He Called Himself Tattooman Chucky
According to his public Facebook page posts, he created his Instagram page, called Tattooman Chucky sometime in 2013. Shortly before he was arrested, he added two photos to Instagram stories, one that was the same as a photo he had added to Facebook where he had written “Don’t piss me off u will never know wats next.”
He also has some more lighthearted Instagram posts, such as this one with a puppy:
Quite a few of his Instagram posts also showed him holding money. And a lot of people added angry comments to them after he was arrested.
He also posted videos with money.
Here are some more of his Instagram posts.
In the one below he wrote: “Im always workin I look so rough cause I been grindin in dese clothes all week.” He received a lot of angry comments on that post after he was arrested.
On many of his posts, people are responding with angry comments. His quote here is from the song “A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.” In fact, many of his Instagram posts are actually quotes from songs.
On June 3 he posted: “I’m already a ZOMBIE i ain’t have to sell my soul.”
In May he posted on Instagram, “Ima just go with life until death call my name.” That’s actually a quote from a song by Genie called “YounGBoy Never Broke Again.”
He also posted videos showing him singing to songs he liked, such as this one:
This is a developing story.