The beef between Glory Boyz Entertainment and Bricksquad Gangster Disciples appears to be intensifying.
Glory Boyz Entertainment member Lil’ Reese and slain Chicago rapper Lil’ JoJo’s brother Swagg got into a war of words over Twitter.
Swagg provoked the social media confrontation after going on a verbal tirade against the “Traffic” rapper.
“Had to call folks like. ‘Maurice, Stop all dat damn twitter flexxinnn lol you better just tweet #300shit o sum. Don’t lie to dem.
“#WomanBeaterz. Yall pay fa p---- fuckkn #DickBeaterz
“@fredosantana300 @lilreese300 @lildurk_ way link up
“Reese run to his daddy fa everything. ME N JOJO AINT HAVE NO DADDY. LIL DURK DADDY GD. BUT HE SUPPOSED TO BE GDK. DEY BOTH FLIPPED BD. #FUFU
“@Lilreese300 would u tell these f****n fans dat u aint doin no hits man,” Swagg wrote.
Lil’ Reese eventually responded to Swagg, calling the “Bail In Bail Out” rapper a “snitch.”
“@SwaggOTOD yu a snitch all on MTV we see yu b---- 300,” he wrote.
Swagg shot back, “@LilReese300 dat was BET you slow a-- n----. Yall aint made it yet. #Catchupppp N why u aint tell Mfs you is a HOOPER not a SHOOTER.”
Watch Swagg’s Interview on BET below
The drama between Glory Boyz Entertainment and Bricksquad Gangster Disciples has been longstanding, but escalated after Lil’ JoJo released the GD street anthem “3HunnaK.”
In “3HunnaK,” Lil’ JoJo takes aim at the GBE crew, namely Def Jam artist Lil’ Durk.
“Durk said f*ck Bricksquad, so I can’t wait to catch him/ Squeeze this f*ckin 40, now they got him on the stretcher,” Lil’ JoJo raps.
Lil JoJo raps in the song’s hook, “These ni**as claim 300, but we BDK.”
Watch Lil’ JoJo ‘3HunnaK’ below
BDK is short for Black Disciples Killers and “300” is the gang numeric code for the Black Disciples street gang.
Swagg, born John Coleman, told the Chicago Sun-Times Lil’ JoJo wrote “3HunnaK” to expose studio gangsters whom he felt were frauds.
Just hours before his murder, Lil’ JoJo confronted Lil’ Reese. The whole event was recorded and uploaded to YouTube.
Coleman tweeted the Youtube video of himself verbally assaulting Lil’ Reese with a barrage of expletives at 4:04 p.m. Lil’ Reese responded several times in the video that he would kill Lil’ JoJo.
Watch Lil JoJo and Lil’ Reese’s Confrontation Below
A glimpse at Lil JoJo’s twitter reveals the 16-year-old emcee traded shots with the Chief Keef protégé. Coleman directly tweeted Reese’s Twitter account and sent the rival emcee a series of insults:
“I am out here on my 2 feets way b*tch @LilReese300,” Coleman wrote.
Glory Boyz Entertainment members displayed no remorse following news of Coleman’s death. Interscope artist Chief Keef infamously laughed at the tragic news on Twitter.
“hahahahahhahahahahahahahaahhAAHAHAHAHA #RichNi**aShit,” Keef wrote. “Its Sad Cuz Dat N***a Jojo Wanted To Be Jus Like Us #LMAO.”
Lil’ Reese echoed similar sentiment.
“Damn I just wke up 2da jojo s--- f--- Em,” he wrote.
It is apparent rapper Swagg is seeking revenge for GBE’s disrespect of his brother.
Swagg has additionally released a shocking snippet from his upcoming music video “Opp Thot.”
In “Opp Thot,” an actor portraying Glory Boyz Entertainment member Fredo Santana is shown bound and gagged, while being doused with gasoline.
In the song, Swagg takes aim at the Chief Keef, rapping, “How you crying over two and you from O’ Bluhh.”
Check out sneak peak of “Opp Thot” below
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