Chief Keef took time to recognize his right hand man Lil Reese.
Sosa posted a screenshot of himself and Reese face timing with a caption, reading, “Love this N---- no Matter What Since I was A youngin @reesemoney300 #300gang I miss my Boyz #RealLifeSavages But It’s A lot To dis S--- Man! I kill u and Say f--- rappin for Him.”
Chief Keef and Lil Reese’s relationship soured following a decision by Sosa’s former manager Uncle Ro to remove the “Supa Savage” rapper from the “Kobe” music video.
Hi-Def was involved in a dispute with Interscope and Uncle Ro threatening to file legal action if he wasn’t compensated editing Reese out of the project.
“@Interscope ‘paid’ me to edit lil Reese out that Kobe video and they still never paid..ruined relationships for no reason #shadyindustry,” he wrote.
Lil Reese shot back, belittling Hi-Def and Ro. Lil Durk even chimed in and slammed Ro.
“@whoishidef funny a-- clown
“@whoishidef f--- u Dat n---- Dro and them nbs y’all kno wassup,” Reese wrote.
This decision was spurred by negative media attention that followed Reese after footage surfaced showing him involved in a physical altercation with victim Tiairah Marie.
Chief Keef and Lil Reese have long collaborated on projects together with their most popular songs being “Traffic” and “I Don’t Like.”
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