Tay-K doesn’t appear to be holding up too well as he awaits trial for capital murder. Tay-K appeared emotional while speaking to his guys during a jail visit.
“Love y’all n****s, too,” Tay told his guys while throwing up gang signs. “Y’all n****s stay up.”
Last week, Tay-K appeared in his first court hearing since he was captured by U.S. Marshalls for fleeing house arrest. Tay-K wore a red jumpsuit in a Tarrant County courtroom. A judge certified Tay-K as an adult in his home invasion robbery case.
This crime carries a charge of capital murder, which can land the rapper in prison for life or get him the needle.
Tay-K’s attorney, Trent Loftin, issued a statement to the press following the rapper’s hearing:
“We just concluded the ‘certification transfer’ hearing for Mr. McIntre. 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). The judge was very clear to tell Mr. McIntyre on the record that this decision has no bearing whatsoever of his guilt/innocence in this case. After a full day hearing with numerous officers testifying under oath, officers testified there was no evidence that Mr. McIntyre engaged in any of the violent act or possessed any weapons. Mr. McIntyre remains upbeat after this hearing. I believe once all of the evidence is presented, Mr. McIntyre will be exonerated on all of the charges. We look forward to moving ahead.”