Potential Violence Brewing Over Death Of Chicago Rapper Lil JoJo
The war of words between Lil JoJo’s camp and rappers affiliated with Chief Keef continue over the Internet.
Lil JoJo was killed on September 4, after releasing the song “300HunnaK (BDK).”
The words “BDK” stand for “Black Disciple Killer,” a common insult used by members of the Gangster Disciples, with whom Lil JoJo was allegedly affiliated.
Now, a chilling new remix to Lil JoJo’s “300HunnaK (BDK)” by his close friend/affiliate, rapper Lil Jay #00.
Lil Jay #00 threatens to avenge Lil JoJo’s death and hurls insults at Lil Reese and Lil Durk, two artists working on their debuts for Def Jam Records.
On the track, Lil Jay #00 accuses the two men of setting up Lil JoJo murder, in addition to calling out Black Disciples’ founder “King Dave” Barksdale.
Legendary Chicago producer No I.D. recently commented to MTVNews about the growing gang violence in his hometown of Chicago.
“We’re in this together. It’s a lot of sad things that are occurring every day. Some things are involved in rap and some things are not involved in rap, and we don’t get to see them all,” No I.D said.
During an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, police said that a gang war, and not Hip-Hop music was to blame for the recent violence.
“Two gangs are fighting each other, going at each other all over the Internet and this is all stemming from that,” police said.