Chief Keef is currently reflecting on the loss of one his former Glo Gang associates Wolf Da Boss.
Wolf was one of two victims gunned down Thursday in a Compton weed shop initially thought to be owned by Sosa.
Wolf, born Marqese Tann, 36, and Terrence Brown, 53, were both found dead in the Chief Keef Glo Shop.
Sosa’s manager Uncle Ro denied ownership of the marijuana dispensary shop during an interview with the LA Times.
Ro reportedly said a fan opened the shop unbeknownst to Sosa.
“If it was ours, it would have a lot more class,” he said.
Sosa was shocked upon learning of Wolf’s death.
“Damn Wolf!!!! WTF” he wrote on Twitter.
Sosa announced the grand opening of the Glo Shop in October.
“me an @wolf_daboss just open a new GLO gang weed shop were u can find me an my OG… Open tomorrow from 10:00 to 12:00 7 days a week gang sh-t,” the caption on Sosa’s IG post read.
Wolf Da Boss provided weed heads an inside look into the weed in his own video.
Sosa and Wolf collaborated on the Cy Fyre-produced record “Almighty God.”
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Chief Keef’s Crip Associate, Wolf Da Boss, Shot and Killed At The Glo Gang Weed Shop In Compton
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