Janelli Caceres, the widowed wife of Chinx Drugz, mourned her husband on Facebook after he was murdered Sunday. Getty

Dozens of celebrities took to their respective social media outlets to pay homage to Chinx Drugz, the rapper who was fatally shot Sunday. The following day, Janelli Caceres, his widowed wife, took to Facebook to talk about the injustice of his death and contemplated how she would continue to live without him. She also spoke about the “coward” -- presumably Malika Haqq -- who caused problems in their relationship.

Caceres was the one who had to identify Chinx’s body, she wrote in a series of Facebook posts, according to Bossip. “I just want to hear your voice one more time. I can’t close my eyes without seeing ya cold face lay there lifeless while I prayed u would jus wake up! I know u felt all my kisses and heard all my I love you’s! The only thing holding me together is knowing we were soo happy lately the smile on ya face last night before u left will always be a memory I won’t ever forget,” she said about the rapper, whose real name was Lionel Perkins.

Her posts then addressed an affair. “I held on to this man for so many years thru so much bs cuz I couldn’t imagine life without him and a coward took him from me,” Caceres wrote, according to Bossip. “All he wanted to do was make a way and win so we as a family can be great.”

Malika Haqq
Malika Haqq (L) with best friend Khloé Kardashian. Reuters

That “coward” is apparently Khloé Kardashian’s best friend Malika Haqq. Erica Mena, a close friend of Chinx’s, seemingly slammed Haqq and media outlets in an Instagram post after Haqq posted a touching message about the rapper.

“It’s all about his wife and kids,” Mena said, according to a different article by Bossip. “That’s where the respect should go. As a long time friend of his and his family I know that’s what was important to him. Period!!”

Haqq, 32, has not responded to claims that she was Chinx’s side girl. But plenty of her Instagram commenters had something to say about it. By Monday, her tribute to Chinx garnered more than 33,000 likes and over 3,200 comments. The photo still remains on her page. "There may be more beautiful times but this was ours. Forever a light in my heart. Milk loves you," she captioned the image.

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