Two men were found dead yesterday at a Compton marijuana dispensary named after Chief Keef. The rapper has stepped forward to deny affiliation with the Chief Keef Glo Shop, which was reportedly opened by a fan without Keef's knowledge, reports the Los Angeles Times.
“It’s not ours. If it was ours, it would have a lot more class,” Sosa’s manager, Rovaun Manuel, clarified Thursday.
Police were called to the Chief Keef Glo Shop yesterday at around 6:40 p.m., where two men were pronounced dead on the scene of gunshot wounds. One of the deceased has been identified as 53-year-old Terry Brown, the identity of the second man is unknown.
The reported shop owner, who goes by Wolf Da Boss, is a self-described artist in Keef’s Glo Gang, and his Twitter account features a photo with Sosa. Keef’s manager confirmed that the label met with Wolf Da Boss last year, and that he was affiliated with a Glo Gang artist Capo, who was gunned down in Chicago last April.
Keef says he never actually visited the pot shop, though he claims to have promoted it on social media for a fee. “Me an @wolf_daboss just opened a new GLO gang weed shop were u can find me an my OG… Open tomorrow from 10:00 to 12:00 7 days a week gang [expletive],” he wrote on Instagram last October.
Further details on the weed-shop shootings have not been released.
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