A shooting incident at Chief Keef’s manager Uncle Ro’s home caused a disturbance in a quiet, residential neighborhood in Northfield, IL.
WGN reports one of Sosa’s affiliates was shot during an early Wednesday incident. This individual, who remains unnamed, is reportedly in stable condition at Skokie Hospital.
Police in Northfield roped off an area around the residence, according to WGN. The North Regional Major Crimes Task Force was also reportedly at the scene.
Sosa was taken in for questioning following the incident.
Andy and Mary Lindblad of Northfield are next-door neighbors to the residence where the alleged shooting occurred.
The Lindblads told WGN the March 26 incident was “inevitable.”
“They were racing their ATVs around the house, setting fireworks off…called the police a couple times,” Andy Lindblad told WGN. “Police responded very well and they responded very well. They backed off and things were quiet for quite a while and then it just heated up a little bit. You’re never quite sure when something might develop into what did.”
“It was inevitable, we felt, just cause of the nature of things going on,” Mary Lindblad added.
Sosa was captured riding his ATV through the Northfield neighborhood in episode eight of Noisey’s “Chiraq” documentary.
Sosa took to Twitter early Thursday morning to issue a brief statement surrounding the media hoopla.
“Who lied and said I got shot! Stop it Girrrrrrrlllll. This girl goes out to u boys too!
“Sorry y’all I know y’all Love em But y’all gone hate me when I’m done! On Odee Patoon Sheriod Whitey Keta! Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh,” he wrote.
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