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Lil Reese Might Leave Chiraq For Los Angeles!



Lil Reese might just take his talents to Los Angeles. The Supa Savage hinted to fans that he might move to Los Angeles.

“…I mite just get me a crib out here,” he wrote on Twitter in response to a fan.



Lil Reese would be latest 300 rapper to make the trek to Cali if he decides to make the move.

Chief Keef moved to Los Angeles after he was evicted from his Highland Park mansion in Illinois in 2014.



Sosa recently relocated to a bigger mansion in Los Angeles.





Lil Durk relocated from Chiraq to LA in November.



Lil Durk has long stated he wanted to move his family out of Chicago. Durk spoke with Thomas Morton of Noisey in the “Chiraq” documentary to express his growing concern of violence plaguing his hometown.



“I’m gonna move to L.A., man. Move my kids out this s**t. Now I got kids. I’ma get them out of here,” he said. “As long as they safe and they good. They ain’t gotta worry about watching their backs where they at.”

Durk acknowledge there is violence everywhere, but said it’s different in Chicago.

“Violence everywhere, but we’ve got known violence in Chicago,” he said. “Like they killing kids. It’d be something real stupid happening like they killed that baby [Jonylah Watkins].

Lil Herb told fans last summer he no longer stayed in Chicago.



Herb posted a photo of himself throwing up deuces with a caption, reading, “I DONT LIVE IN CHICAGO NOMO.”



The NLMB spitter filmed himself riding down the streets of Cali on an IO Hawk.

“I’m never going back to Chicago! I can’t do this on Essex!” he excitedly said.

Herb’s caption on his post read, “BOAA THAT SH*T FUN AS HELL && I ONLY GOT THIS ONE CUZ IMA BEGINNER ALL WHITE ONE COMING SOON.”



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