Kevin Fret's Mother Continues to Accuse Ozuna and His Manager, Vicente Saavedra, of the Trap Artist's Death

As the death of Puerto Rico trap artist Kevin Fret enters its third month of investigation, his mother, Hilda Rodriguez, reiterated her allegations against another performer on Monday during Puerto Rico's Lo Sé Todo TV show.

Rodriguez first alleged Latino trap singer Ozuna and his manager, Vicente Saavedra, ordered the death of her son earlier this month, but both men have not been named as suspects by police.

"I know that it was him [Ozuna] who ordered my son to be killed, together with Vicente Saavedra," Rodriguez said earlier this month. "Ozuna carries this in his conscience."

"We are searching for two male persons of interest and are using every resource at our disposal to find these persons. We are also following up on several tips phoned in by anonymous citizens", said Commander Mayda Ortiz, director of the Criminal Investigations Bureau's (CIB) San Juan division, according to a Billboard report.

The openly gay singer reportedly had an "intimate relationship" with Ozuna, according to Fret's mother during an April interview with radio show host Samantha Love.

Before Fret's untimely death, the trap artist had gotten ahold of a leaked pornographic video that Ozuna appeared in as a minor. Rumors stated that Fret extorted the "Impossible" singer for money. According to his mother, Fret did not extort Ozuna for money but simply asked to be featured in one of his songs.

"The only thing Kevin asked of him was to help him sing as a featured artist on a song," Rodriguez told Love. "Ozuna [allegedly] said, 'No, I'm going to give you money and I want you to send me the link so that I can erase the video. But my son wasn't the only person that had the video."

The 24-year-old was shot on the streets of Puerto Rico on January 10 and later died at the hospital the same day.

Fret's manager, Eduardo Rodriguez, said in a press conference, "Kevin was an artistic soul, a big-hearted dreamer. His passion was music, and still had a lot to do."

"This violence must stop. There are no words that describe the feeling we have and the pain that causes us to know that a person with so many dreams has to go," he added. "We must all unite in these difficult times, and ask for much peace for our beloved Puerto Rico."

Fret's death still remains unsolved. Ozuna recently made headlines after being a surprise guest during DJ Snake's Coachella Weekend 1 performance, along with Selena Gomez and Cardi B.

Kevin Fret's Mother Continues to Accuse Ozuna and His Manager, Vicente Saavedra, of the Trap Artist's Death | Culture