Kyyngg is in Chicago. The New Orleans rapper filmed himself posted on 72nd and Constance.
“Chiraq, what the f**k it do!” Kyyngg said.
Kyyngg has a rocky relationship with Chicago’s rap community.
In November 2017, Kyyngg sparked some drama after filming himself rapping Tay-K’s controversial song “Gun Him Down.”
Tay-K disrespects slain Chicago rapper Lil JoJo in this song, rapping, “We was three deep, we had four poles/One of these n****s gon get Lil JoJo.”
JoJo, whose birth name was Joseph Coleman, was shot and killed during a drive-by on Sept. 4, 2012.
Kyyngg made an emphasis to rap the JoJo line out loud.
This isn’t the first time Kyyngg disrespected slain Chiraq artists.
PBG/TFG camp threatened Kyyngg after he allegedly made some disrespectful remarks about Young Pappy in May 2017.
Kyyngg posted a rap calendar filled primarily with Chiraq rappers titled, “Hot 16 bars or you die. You good or nah?”
Kyyngg commented he was better than the listed artists, writing, “Feb. March. April. June. July. September. November. Dead AF!! My August Leo Lions WTF it dewww!!”
Pappy’s older brother BuDouble got at Kyyngg on IG:
“@kyyngg Didn’t u literally just get chased around Lenox mall parking lot by another man! U homo ass rapper need to keep bro name out ya mouth! Yo ass a f****t coming for n****s you don’t know and u can’t even stand ya own ground yo ass is scary and u got the nerve to try and diss like yo ass won’t use those feet to get out a jam when mfs get on yo f****t ass! This not how u clout up u goof ass lil boi! U don’t got no beef wit us so don’t act like mfs won’t come to A and deal with u! B***h ass n***a! Now go tell him I said pop up!! Scary running ass n***a.”
Kyyngg took to IG to say his words were taken out of context.
“Y’all always try to change my f*****g words up and switch my whole everything I’m saying, the whole message,” he said. “I wasn’t dissing dead people. I said I rap better. I didn’t know the second person was dead, the Pappy person. I don’t know, Blood. I’m just Kyyngg. I ain’t out here like that. I wanna keep it music. Y’all always switching the subject.”
Kyyngg sparked controversy in that same month by disrespecting L’A Capone. Capone, born Leonard Anderson, was 17 when he died from injuries sustained during a shooting while leaving a studio in September 2013.
“We coming out the studio with two of em on me,” Kyyngg said while emerging from behind a house. “They won’t L’A Capone us. I’ll pop your f*****g head.”
600Breezy took to his IG account to react to Kyyngg’s video. Breezo didn’t do too much talking. He pasted Kyyngg’s face at the end of swisher with a caption, reading, “Free smoke #leadingscoreredition.”
In April 2017, Lil Marcuz chased Kyyngg outside Lenox Mall