Did Chief Keef Diss Slain Chicago Rapper Lil’ JoJo in ‘Love Sosa?’

The plot thickens.

Social media is buzzing with rumors that Chief Keef’s latest song “Love Sosa” is a shot at slain Chicago emcee Lil’ JoJo and his Brick Squad crew. “Love Sosa,” which has nearly six million views on YouTube, has questionable lyrics many presume were directed at the fallen emcee.

The most telling lyrics in this song are as follows:

“F**king with those O boys, you gon’ get f**ked over”

“Hit him with that cobra, now that boy slumped over”

“You boys ain’t making no noise”

“Your clique full of broke boys”

“No I don’t know ol’ boy/ I know he a broke boy”

“Disrespect them O boys/ You wont speak again boy”

“Don’t make me call D. Rose boy/ He six double-o boy”

Englewood resident Lil’ JoJo, born Joseph Coleman, was murdered in a hail of gunfire in a drive-by shooting on Sept. 4 as he was riding on the back pegs of a friend’s bike.

The death of Lil’ JoJo came following a highly-publicized rap beef with Chief Keef’s associate Lil’ Durk and Lil’ Reese, who are both signed to Def Jam Recordings. Lil’ JoJo immediately made an impact on the Chicago rap scene after releasing a music video disrespecting a violent Chicago street gang with his song “3HunnaK.”

In the song, Lil JoJo raps, “These ni**as claim 300, but we BDK.”

BDK is short for Black Disciples Killers and “300” is the gang numeric code for the Black Disciples street gang.

Do you believe this song was a shot at Lil’ JoJo and Brick Squad? Sound off below.

Watch the “Love Sosa” official music video below.

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