Chief Keef's Glo Gang Associate Charged With Murder

Chief Keef, Yae Yae Jordan

Chief Keef's Glo Gang Associate Charged With Murder

U.S. Marshals track down 18-year-old Yae Yae Jordan one month after he went on the run.

Published October 27, 2014

After a full month on the run, one of Chief Keef’s Glo Gang associates was arrested last Monday (Oct. 20) and charged with murder in connection with a fatal shooting at a Detroit nightclub in September. Yae Yae Jordan, a.k.a Cordell Jones, surrendered after U.S. Marshals caught him hiding at a home in the Motor City, XXL reports.

Jordan, 18, recorded an Instagram video moments before his arrest. “ATF outside n***a, they got me,” he says puffing on a joint. “I’m innocent n***a, I ain’t do s**t. I’ma take it like a man. Here I come. Hold me down n***a.”

The shooting occurred on Sept. 20 outside of Déjà Vu nightclub, leaving one person injured in addition to the fatality. Tipsters helped authorities track Jordan down after his name was added to “Michigan’s Most Wanted List” earlier this month. He was also featured on Crime Stoppers.

Jordan was never officially signed to Keef’s Glo Gang label, a manager for the 19-year-old Chicago rapper clarified.

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(Photos from Left: 247PapsTV / Splash News, Crime Stoppers)

Written by Latifah Muhammad


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