Videographer Hi-Def is lashing out against Keef’s label Interscope Records for neglecting to compensate him for editing Lil Reese out of Chief Keef’s “Kobe” music video.
Lil Reese was seen in previews of the music video, but was not featured in the official release.
This decision was allegedly spurred by footage that surfaced online showing the “Traffic” rapper involved in a physical altercation with then 18-year-old Tiairah Marie
Hi-Def threatened to seek legal action against the label.
“@Interscope can either pay me or get sued…looks like they wanna take the ladder approach…
“@Interscope ‘paid’ me to edit lil Reese out that Kobe video and they still never paid..ruined relationships for no reason #shadyindustry
“Someone tell them people @Interscope that they still owe me for all the work I did for Chief Keef,” he wrote.
Lil Reese shot back, belittling Hi-Def and Chief Keef’s manager Uncle 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
“S/o 2dem fake a-- n----- who b by yo side but all alone hatin yea I see u n-----…#300,” he wrote.
Lil Durk echoed Reese’s anger, writing “Dro a b----.”
Hi-Def responded to Reese, writing, “N----- in they feelins…I’m more into money.”
Check out Chief Keef’s “Kobe” music video
Sosa dropped his much anticipated “Almighty So” mixtape on Oct. 12.
Stream/download Chief Keef’s “Almighty So” mixtape
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