Lil JoJo’s brother Swagg took to Twitter to take a shot at Interscope artist Chief Keef. The “Bail In Bail Out” rapper may have taken issue with Chief Keef’s Bricksquad diss on the “Diamonds” track in “Finally Rich.”
In “Diamonds,” Chief Keef raps, “And I’m riding in them foreigns ima ride off St.Lawrence/ I’mma ride on brick squad catch a ni**a I’m scoring.”
“This ugly fucka @chiefkeef keep playin on our shit. I told em on queen davidd,” Swagg wrote.
“Goofy buddy @Chiefkeef steady talmbout some. On jojo,” he said.
Swagg instagrammed a photo dissing Chief Keef’s GBE rap crew.
“Gay Boyz Entertainment,” the caption read.
Swagg, whose real name is John Coleman, was thrust into the media spotlight following the tragic murder of his brother Lil JoJo.
Lil JoJo, born Joseph Coleman, was killed Sept. 4 in a drive-by shooting as he was riding on the back pegs of a friend’s bike.
Lil JoJo’s murder came following a controversial street beef with the Black Disciples street gang and Glory Boyz Entertainment crew. Lil’ JoJo sparked turmoil after creating the highly controversial diss song “3HunnaK,” which takes aim at the Black Disciples, namely rappers Lil’ Durk and Lil’ Reese.
Adding insult to injury, Chief Keef took to Twitter laugh at the death of Coleman.
“hahahahahhahahahahahahahaahhAAHAHAHAHA #RichNi**aShit,” Keef wrote. “Its Sad Cuz Dat N***a Jojo Wanted To Be Jus Like Us #LMAO.”
Chief Keef later claimed his Twitter account was hacked.
Robin Russell, mother of slain Chicago rapper Lil’ JoJo, recently appeared on TJ Holmes “Don’t Sleep” late night talk show to discuss Lil JoJo’s tragic demise.
Holmes asked Russell who she thought was responsible for her son’s death.
Russell replied, “Chief Keef.”
Though Russell doesn’t believe Chief Keef was the actual triggerman, she “believes he paid somebody to do it.”
Chief Keef took to Twitter to laugh off the BET interview following the segment at 12:45 am.
But it was definitely no laughing matter for the “I Don’t Like” rapper as he sent subtle shots at Russell and Coleman.
“Broke People Waist They Time Talkin I Wudnt Talk If I aint Gettin A Check I mean Whos Givin Money For Ur Opinions I made a mill off mines
“And Got My Own Record Label they hurt like.”
Swagg doesn’t want his brother’s death to be in vain. He told the Chicago Sun-Times he wants to continue his brother legacy.
“I just lost my brother, so I have to finish this dream of his, accomplish his mission with music,” he told the Sun-Times. “I gotta feed my family.”
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