A certain number and letter written on Twitter almost sparked a beef between two rising artists from Chicago and New York City.
But it turned out to be a slight mishap.
Joey Badass took to twitter to promote new music to fans. Seems harmless enough, but it is what he ended that statement off with that drew the attention of Def Jam rapper Lil Reese.
“Can’t wait for yall to hear this new music. #300K,” he wrote.
“wat dat mean,” Reese responded.
Reese initially thought Joey Badass disrespected his gang. Reese claims Englewood’s Lamron gang, a sect of the 300 Black Disciples. The “K” means killer.
Joey cleared up the confusion, writing, “follower count.”
Joey might’ve realized his blunder and laughed off the situation.
The situation was soon cleared with both parties ending their convo on good terms.
“I fw I thought diff it ain’t s---,” Reese wrote.
Joey replied, “all guud g..”
Slain Chicago rapper and Bricksquad 6775 affiliate Lil JoJo popularized the BDK movement with his viral street anthem “3HunnaK” where he takes aim at the 300 Black Disciples.
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