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Swagg Dinero Says Brother Lil JoJo’s Killer Is Dead



Lil JoJo lost his life Sept. 4, 2012 after he was gunned down in a hail of bullets in a drive-by shooting as he was riding on the back pegs of a friend’s bike.

Witnesses described the suspects as driving a tan, older model, four-door Ford Taurus that was riding low in the back.

A year has passed and no arrests have been made. The death of Lil JoJo, born Joseph Coleman, appeared likely to turn into a cold case.

But Lil JoJo’s justice may have likely come through the streets.

JoJo’s elder brother Swagg Dinero commented on social media his brother’s killer is no longer “walking this earth.”

“You fans can get sent off by dis rap if yall want to. On foemen yall don’t know how dis go fr

“#NOTALKIN

“Even da opps know da mf who took my bro aint walkin dis earth nomore F--- EM TOO,” the “Boss Up” rapper wrote.



A man with ties to the Lamron street gang may have been murdered for his role in JoJo’s shooting death.

Sources at the Chicago Police Department told the Chicago Sun-Times that Keith “KeKe” Bonds was murdered after mocking JoJo’s death.

Bonds, a 26-year-old member of the Black Disciples street gang, and a teenager, 15, reportedly appeared in an online video mocking Coleman’s murder, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Bonds’ death occurred nearly two weeks after Coleman’s demise on Sept. 17 when he was shot and killed on Normal Blvd., a stronghold of the Black Disciples.


Keith Bonds

Coleman’s death came following a street beef with Chief Keef’s Glory Boyz Entertainment camp, namely rappers Lil’ Reese and Lil’ Durk.

The feud reached new heights after the “3HunnaK” music video was made.



Lil JoJo was murdered following an altercation with Lil Reese that was posted to YouTube shortly before his death.

JoJo and entourage pulled up on Lil Reese in a vehicle and yelled expletives.

As JoJo sped off, Lil Reese can be heard, saying, “I’ma kill you! I’ma kill you!”

Lil JoJo’s final music video “S--- Is Real,” a Fly Ty Visual, was released on the one-year anniversary of his death. It features rising Chi Town rapper P. Rico.

Check out more Lil JoJo music below:








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