Kevin Fret – who billed himself as the first openly gay Latin trap artist, and who was murdered in Puerto Rico – has a new video out, which premiered on Univison on Tuesday. The short preview for the posthumous single “Mala” shows the 24-year-old rapper walking down a red carpet as adoring fans reach out to him to pose for selfies, later making his way into a strip club where he dances and declares he’s ready for fame.
The murder of Puerto Rican trap artist Kevin Fret is making headlines again thanks in part to two media appearances by Fret’s mother Hilda Rodriguez — but the case remains an unsolved mystery.
On the April 15 broadcast of Puerto Rico’s Lo Sé Todo (I Know Everything) TV show, Rodriguez repeated allegations she first made on an internet radio show earlier in the month: that reggaeton and trap singer Ozuna and his manager Vicente Saavedra — who are also Puerto Rican — ordered the death of her son. But neither man has been named a suspect in the case.
Three months after Puerto Rican trap artist Kevin Fret was murdered in San Juan, Puerto Rico, investigators are still working to determine who was involved in his death. According to a new report from Billboard, Ozuna and his manager, Vicente Saavedra, have not been named as persons of interest. The announcement comes after Fret’s mother, Hilda Rodriguez, accused Ozuna and Saavedra of ordering the murder during an interview posted online on April 4.