Chief Keef’s manager Uncle Ro says slain Glo Gang artist Blood Money had an uncanny ability to tell the future.
It was this sixth sense that had the “Thought He Was” rapper on edge as of late.
“Rip bloodmoney the one who new what was gonna happen b4 it happen God new u had a good hart so I no u got heaven turnt an glo-d all up,” Ro wrote.
Blood Money, born Mario Hess, recently started to give Uncle Ro a heads up on when he would arrive home in Chicago safe from travel, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
“When he would eventually make it home, he would just call me,” Ro told the Sun Times. “…That wasn’t something he would normally do.”
Ro, too, had a strange premonition about Blood Money’s safety.
“I pretty much had a funny feeling a couple of days ago,” he continued. “I called him and pulled his coattails and told him, ‘You need to stay off these streets. We need to try to get Interscope to get you the rest of your money so you can move.’”
Also rapping under the moniker “Big Glo,” Blood Money signed a recording contract with Interscope Records and received a $50,000 advance, his manager Uncle Ro told the Tribune.
Ro reportedly stated Blood Money wasn’t shy about flashing his newfound wealth, which included thousands of dollars in cash, a big diamond bracelet, rings, a gold chain and Denali truck.
Blood additionally took his five kids shopping for new clothes and paid his dad’s rent, DNAinfo reports.
Blood Money, also an artist on Chief Keef’s Glo Gang label, was gunned down Wednesday night in a hail of bullets outside of his family’s home in the 5600 block of South Elizabeth Avenue around 9:30 p.m.
The shooting occurred as two gunman fired upon Blood, 33, and his 30-year-old cousin Darnell Patton as they were talking to girls.
Blood Money was shot ten times. He was found lying on a sidewalk and later pronounced dead at John H. Stroger Hospital, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Patton was shot in the abdomen and underwent surgery at Stroger Hospital. He is in stable condition.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the gunman fired from different weapons and left more than two-dozen shell casings in the street.
Check out music from Blood Money below.
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