Trouble just seems to follow Chicago rapper Chief Keef. Though he left Chicago for the less volatile Hollywood hills, he Sosa finds himself in the middle of more controversy. This time, the rapper is being eyeballed by law enforcement after two men were found shot to death at a medical cannabis dispensary called the Chief Keef Glo Shop in Compton.
According to the LA Times:
Deputies were called to the dispensary in the 4800 block of East Compton, about 6:40 p.m. Wednesday and found the bodies of two men inside, according to a statement from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Both were pronounced dead at the scene.
One of the men was identified as Terry Brown, 53, according to the L.A. County coroner’s office. The second man has not been identified.
Keef’s camp contends that the drill music pioneer is not an owner of the shop, though the name suggests otherwise. “It’s not ours,” said Keef’s uncle and manager Rovaun “Dro” Manuel. “If it was ours, it would have a lot more class.” According to Dro, the shop was opened by a fan as a shout out to Keef. Keef and his Glo Gang affiliates had no knowledge of the shop’s opening at first, according to Dro.
Though authorities are not saying who owns the Chief Keef Glo Shop, the suspected owner goes by the name Wolf Da Boss. Wolf Da Boss describes himself as one of Chief Keef’s Glo Gang artist. His Instagram account does imply that he owns the weed dispensary with its pictures of weed brownies, buds and a menu of the shop’s strain selection. According to Dro, Wolf was down with the Glog Gang clique. He supposedly met Keef last year through Keef’s now-deceased cousin and Glo Gang rapper Blood Money a.k.a. Big Glo (if you remember, he shot at DC rapper Shy Glizzy at Club Stadium in the District).
However, Complex reported the opening of the shop after it was announced by Chief Keef on Instagram in October 2014. He posted the following video on his IG account:
We’ll continue following this as developments come forward.