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After receiving backlash for his tweets about the death of Chicago rapper JoJo, Chief Keef responded recently saying that his Twitter was hacked and now today, the Chi-Town rapper extends his thoughts and prayers to Jojo's family and assures that he had nothing to do with the rapper's death.
On Tuesday, the 18-year-old Jojo was gunned down in South Chicago while riding his bike. While the motive of his death is still uncertain, speculation surrounds the beef video Jojo released back in April. Chief Keef's debut album Finally Rich drops on November 27. Below are Keef's tweets from today regarding Jojo's death.
Man, been thinkin bout this chicago street shit a lot.My prayers go out 2 Jojo's family on their loss.— CampaignSosa300 (@ChiefKeef) September 8, 2012
i didn't know him but he young jus like me. i can assure everyone that i had nothin 2 do with this tragedy tho. my twitter acct was hacked.— CampaignSosa300 (@ChiefKeef) September 8, 2012
since i was put in a messed up spot i think that i finna sign off this twitter shit for awhile or at least til my album drops on 11/27!— CampaignSosa300 (@ChiefKeef) September 8, 2012
i got a LOTTA shit 2 say but this aint da place...my music is.i love chicago & i wanna make this shit big for us!tell our story.#300— CampaignSosa300 (@ChiefKeef) September 8, 2012