Thu 25 Oct 2012
While Drake has been tweeting about how many times he listened to Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa”…another member of Keef’s crew is getting attention for a different kind of “hit.”
Lil’ Reese…who, along with Lil’ Durk, is one of the more talented members of Keef’s GBE crew…is seen in this shaky cell phone footage arguing with a female at some kind of house party.
After the argument escalates, you see Lil’ Reese poke the young woman. She smacks his hand away. He shoves her. She rushes him in retaliation….and then Reese proceeds to punch and kick her repeatedly even after the girl is prone on the ground, clearly no longer fighting back.
This is not like the murder of Jo Jo, a 16-year-old aspiring rapper, whose public beef with Chicago rivals, Chief Keef, Lil Reese and Lil Durk was just as much a gang beef as it was a rap one. Keef and Reese mocked the murder on twitter.
It’s not about poverty, or gang culture, or lead-based paint. This is just a demonstration of an inferior human character…and the sign of someone who needs help and punishment.
After the jump
Lil Reese says this footage of him beating up a young woman is “old.” In fact, Reese reacted by tweeting: “The haters tryna see a mf Dwn lol Dey gotta b broke and bored wanna upload sum shit from years ago damnn we winnin it’s 2 late… #3hunna”
Explained: Poor people have uploaded this footage because they need distraction, and because they want to keep Reese from progressing. But it’s too late, because he’s highly evolved. Gang slogan.
Even if this video is from “years ago,” what’s the difference? So, maybe he was 16 then and 18 now?
Will there be any ramifications? Seems doubtful. In fact, the 2nd most depressing part of this clip is the fact that if it was from “years ago,” then more than likely…the female victim didn’t press any charges and saw no justice served.