Following Chief Keef's Twitter reaction to the murder of rival rapper Lil JoJo—which actually resulted in Chicago native Lupe Fiasco questioning his future rap career—police are now starting their investigation by looking into Keef's tweets.
According to The Chicago Sun-Times, hours after a car pulled up and fired gunshots that murdered JoJo—born Joseph Coleman—a message was posted on Chief Keef’s Twitter account saying, “Its Sad Cuz Dat N**ga Jojo Wanted To Be Jus Like Us #LMAO.”
Keef later claimed his account had been hacked and tweeted up a follow-up, “If u dnt talk 2 me or dro my manager … it’s not real."
The Sun-Times also reports that Chicago police officers were on the street Wednesday night looking for Coleman’s killer. Police are looking to see if his murder is connected to an ongoing conflict in Englewood between the Gangster Disciples and Black Disciples street gangs that has been playing out in a series of threats on social media sites, like Twitter.
According to a source, police are looking into whether Keef or any of his associates are connected to the gang conflict or Coleman’s murder.
You'd think the younger generation would've learned something from the infamous Tupac vs. Biggie beef, which ended in both MC's being murdered. Unfortunately, at this point we can only pray.