Chief Keef Denies Involvement In Murder Of Chicago Rapper Lil Jojo, Claims Twitter Account Was Hacked
Days after Lil Jojo was gunned down, Chief Keef takes a completely opposite stance on the rapper's death.
When Lil Jojo was gunned down earlier this week, Chief Keef simply laughed in response on Twitter. According to Keef, however, the tweets were not his own.
In a new set of tweets that have since curiously been deleted, Keef lamented Jojo's passing, writing, "Man, been thinkin bout this chicago street shit a lot. My prayers go out 2 Jojo's family on their loss."
Keef then denied culpability in both the shooting and his earlier controversial tweets. "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."
The Chicago rapper did a tweet addressing the situation:
My prayers go out to jojo's family on their loss. He was young like me, out there trying to get it.— Chief Keef (@CampaignSosa300) September 8, 2012
With the final message addressing the situation, Keef took the opportunity to plug his album:
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!— Chief Keef (@CampaignSosa300) September 8, 2012