Rapper Tay-K Found Guilty Of Murder, Awaiting Trial In 2nd Capital Murder Case

It appears to be a wrap for rapper Tay-K.

The 19-year-old menace to society, whose real name is Taymore McIntyre was convicted of murder and aggravated robbery for a botched 2016 home invasion that left 21-year-old Ethan Walker dead.

Tay wasn’t the triggerman, but prosecutors charged him with murder because he orchestrated the robbery and recruited the gunman.

After his arrest, 16-year-old Tay-K was placed on house arrest. His mugshot went viral because of his baby face.

He eventually removed his ankle monitor, went on the run and released a song about it on YouTube title, “The Race,” which charted on the Billboard Hot 100.

The 19-year-old is also facing capital murder and aggravated robbery charges in Bexar County, where authorities say he killed a man and beat another half to death.

Via Page Six:

Tay-K’s capital murder victim, 23-year-old Mark Saldivar, was at a Chick-fil-A in San Antonio when the rapper allegedly robbed and killed him.

The other was walking in Arlington’s Cravens Park when Tay-K “savagely beat the defenseless 65-year-old, leaving him unconscious with multiple broken bones and a brain bleed,” the victim alleges.

Luckily for Tay, he cannot get the death penalty because he was a minor when he allegedly committed the crimes.

He is facing life in prison.

This young man stole lives and threw his own away.



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