BossTop let fans know there is an untold story behind the theft of Chief Keef’s Johnny Dang chain. Top posted a rhyme to IG regarding “secrets” he will never share to the world regarding Sosa’s prized jewelry.
“Everybody got secrets they will never explain that’s why the truth never will come out about that johnny dang this sh-t about respect n-gga f-ck the fame real n-ggas do it for that little bit of change not to get on & turn your back on your gang,” his message read.
“OTF4L @real_lildurk #STAYREALMYN*GGA,” he captioned the post.
Nearly a day prior to this post, Top shared a meme of Heath Ledger’s Joker of “Dark Knight” film with a somewhat cryptic message.
“Why should I apologize for the monster I’ve become? No one ever apologized for making me this way,” the meme read.
“Ion Think They Like Me & Ion Like Em Either #OTF,” he added.
The Glock Boy set the internet ablaze Tuesday after weighing in on rumors he robbed Sosa’s home while he was away.
“Why you saying I broke in yo house,” he said in a recent IG post. “I never did a burglary. What the f-ck is wrong with you. I never stole no clothes, no baby clothes none of that. Never stole yo chain. No, Boss T snatched yo chain off yo neck, little b-tch!”
Top later stunted with Sosa’s icy chain while turning up to the Glo Gang frontman’s song “Faneto.”
“I got all my jewelry on #Faneto,” the caption on his post read.
Top proudly parades around with Sosa’s chain in music videos and throughout social media.
BossTop even wore the chain while posing for a picture with Sosa’s rap rivals Takeoff and Offset of Migos.
“#YoungHotHeadz #MigoGang #OTF @yrntakeoff @offsetym
“#IceAttack @yrntakeoff,” the captions on the posts read.
He occasionally mocks Sosa in music.
Top, wearing the chain, teased a snippet of the record, rapping, “We ain’t f-cking with you on that lame sh-t/Why my neck so cold, Johnny Dang sh-t.”
He paraded around with the chain in music videos for the singles “Hot N*gga” Remix and “At Yo Neck.”
He purports to have jacked Sosa’s old chain in the latter track, rapping, “Yo [ice?] Johhny Dang, then I’m at yo neck/Rob him for his chain and an ounce of crack.”
Top has been open to reconciliation with Sosa. He took to Twitter to announce he still had love for the Glo Gang frontman.
“@ChiefKeef I Still Love Yo B*tch A--
“Sometimes you gotta put yo pride away & be the bigger person ion think he understand,” he wrote.
Sosa directed a shot of his own at BossTop during his birthday bash in Los Angeles when performing his song “0 To 250.”
“Stole my daughter clothes, boy yo a-- a fool with it,” he rapped.
Sosa went on a rant in mid-July accusing BossTop of stealing his daughter Kay Kay’s apparel in addition to his jewelry and clothes.
“I already know how y’all play Duhhhhhhhhhh. Dumb asses I know y’all!
“I ain’t nothing like dese n-ggas But we look alike. Way higher form & fashion & I’m loyal I was Givin lil dirty folks nem clothes!
“And money I’m talking. 100’z 100’z 100’z get them one up out here!
“Folkz they stole Kaykay clothes out her Room. Detergent, deodorant and all On Bloods! They Stretched that sh-t aiight!
“Monclers, earrings, robins, Trues, Gucci bags, Pelles, Louis Vuitton coats, I can go on and on! But when I found out I bought it again.$$$$$,” he wrote.
Top raised eyebrows in late June after proclaiming himself “Chief Of Da O” and changing his name to “Chief BossTop.”
“Chief Top Im Boss Top Nomo N-ggas Got Chief Took Frn Em #ChiefTop,” he wrote.
Top’s antics then drew a response from Sosa himself.
“My Ex Adopted Son Top Need To Stop Talkin To His Pops Like That!
“I clothed u B put money in ur lint ball pockets!
“I tried to Glo u up See it worked u don’t look dirty nomo!” he wrote.
Top then shot back with more fiery messages and accusations.
“Jump In the Water I Bet He Won’t
“I f-cked his mom so he more like my son soft a-- butt
“On Odee & Jmoney N-ggas Betta Be Ready To Get They A-- Beat If We Bump Heads,” he wrote.
Top went on to retweet 300 member OJ who quoted a line from Lil Durk’s “O To 300” freestyle.
“Heard Some Rappers Round My Got Dey Chain Snatch tryna Pay My N-gga @BossTop064 #OBlock300,” the message read.
Top then posted a photo of himself wearing Sosa’s chain.
“S/o @tvjohhny #GBMG AGAINST WHOEVER,” his caption read.
Capo soon inserted himself into the social media fracas, screenshotting a threatening IG post made by Top against Glo Gang.
“N----- AINT BEEN SHOOTIN GUNS IT’S A LIL BIT TO LATE TO START NOW AND I SWEAR IF YOU ASK ME THIS SOME POLICE A-- S--- TOP YOU KNO WAT BLOCK I BE ON IM OUTSIDE EVERYDAY IM IN CHIRAQ AND AINT DUCKIN S---! YALL AINT TAKIN S--- YALL STEALIN S--- BOA DON’T FORGET I KNOW THE REAL,” Capo’s caption read.
Despite Chief Keef’s differences with Top, he let it be known he is still O’Block.
“I would say f-ck Odee, but that’s my boy,” Sosa said.
It was in late March when Top and Sosa first sent a flurry of shots at each other.
BossTop directed a subliminal jab at Sosa, writing, “N*ggas ain’t really your bro.”
Sosa responded to Top’s statement, writing, “R.I.P boss top.”
Top shot back with a fiery message to Sosa, writing, “@ChiefKeef LET ME KNOW SOMETHING #p*ssyboa.”
“R.I.P. WHOEVER RUN UP ON ME,” he added.
Top continued his rant against Sosa in several more social media posts.
“Nah Not Me Dad He Still Drunk,” Top wrote on Twitter.
Top regarded Sosa as a “ghost” on his set in a meme posted to IG.
“Can’t beef with a ghost,” the meme read.
Top captioned his post, “Gotta Be In This Sh*t Foreal.”
An IG post created by Top a few days ago has much more meaning now that his beef with Sosa has come to light.
He teased his new song “Danny Glover” via IG with a caption that read, “You No Longer Gang Now #DannyGloverFreestyle.”
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