Reggaeton Singer Ozuna Suspect In Murder Of Trap Star Over Alleged Extortion Related To Sextape
While trying to maintain his innocence, Reggaetonero Ozuna remains in boiling hot water after becoming a suspect in the murder of Puerto Rican Trap Star Kevin Fret — the man who allegedly attempted to extort him over a sextape.
On Wednesday (Jan. 23), Ozuna confirmed himself as a victim of a sextape extortion attempt as a minor, with Fret as the alleged extortionist.
While his label says their client “had nothing to do with [Fret’s] death. The only way Ozuna is affected is that [Fret] was extorting him and police have the information,” the “Taki Taki” singer apologized for the tape, stating,“What happened was a mistake of the past. Like many young people, I made a mistake, fueled by ignorance. Today, I’m not only sorry for what happened, but I condemn it. That’s why I looked for help and I am certain everything will be cleared. Likewise, I’m following the process and am always willing to collaborate with authorities to prevent the evil that resulted from this big mistake. More importantly, I ask my family for forgiveness. They are my life’s priority and I will continue to fight for them always.”
In addition, his label adds, “At the time, we filed a complaint. Our attorney confirmed yesterday that urban artist Ozuna was extorted through an intimate video filmed when he was a minor. This video was edited with the objective of causing even more harm. At the time [of the extortion plot], we filed a complaint and all the legal measures are being taken, as sending and publishing videos of minors is a state and federal offense.”