King Louie wasn’t too happy with footage that surfaced showing Glo Gang rapper Tadoe spazzing out on his driver.
In the said footage, Tadoe can be seen getting extra amped to his song streaming inside the car.
King Louie posted the abovementioned video to IG with a caption, reading, “@064drocitykrump look @ dis h-- a-- n----- faken high witta mf dat don’t kno 2 beat da s--- out off like da h-- boy he is.
Tadoe soon learned of King Louie’s derogatory message, responding, “Mannn who da f--- is dis rappin a-- n---- name kingLouie been rappin ten years still ain’t on s--- f--- u want a s/o u f----- GOOFY! GLOGANG.”
GBE & MUBU have not been on good terms. Chief Keef’s Glo Glang and King Louie’s MUBU camp were involved in a physical altercation at an Iowa concert in May.
The two crews bumped heads during Lil’ Durk’s “Dis Ain’t What You Want” performance.
During the altercation, Glo Gang rapper BallOut’s Jesus piece chain, which previously belonged to Soulja Boy, was snatched. It subsequently ended up in the hands of a young man from Davenport, IA.
Davenport native Cameron Oliver took to Facebook to say he had Soulja Boy’s chain.
“No Play Play We Here… Contact Soulja Boy Tell em We got his s---….” he wrote.
King Louie took to Instagram to comment on the incident, threatening and calling BallOut a “Fake Thug” in the process. He further added that BallOut is not welcomed in Chicago.
“Naw dis was chain ballbout took from soulja boy and a fan took it from from @balloutbayyy b---- he betta stay out the city
“#ITsOnlySoLongFakeThugsCanPretend,” King Louie wrote.
Chief Keef recently took aim at King Louie and MUBU in song snippet “War.”
“That b---- called Chief Keef cheap? B----, I’m not no MUBU man!” Sosa raps.
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