J Real of Montana of 300’s FGE camp suffered two gunshot wounds to his upper body in early November. He is expected to recover. Montana of 300 reposted J Real’s IG photo of himself showing off three bandages covering his wounds. J Real commented on his IG post that he was hit with two shots, which suggests one of the bullets may have exited his body.
Montana was deeply affected by his day-one homie escaping death yet again his short life:
“This is my young homie/artist @jrealofge who got shot the Sunday b4 last. He was locked up a couple months ago n his bond was $10K. I thought about letting him sit for a while…thinking to myself he might be better off sitting down for a min. What if I bond him out n he get his ass killed or he fuck up the chances of me getting my bond money back (by doing all the hot shit he’s been doing). I decided to go n get him out cuz I love my nigga and I value his freedom. Not because he’s my artist and I can possibly make some money off of him one day. NOTE: I tell his hardheaded ass all the time….same niggas U hanging around ain’t nowhere to be found every time U go to jail. Niggas ain’t have $1 to give towards yo bond money n ain’t gone dress in all black, load up n go kill nothing, if something happens to yo ass. A survivor knows what and who matters n doesn’t waste their time dining in the company of ppl that don’t. I made this post to be a lesson to everybody that wants to live that street life or thinks that its some type of privilege to be in it. UNDERSTAND: I rap about it because I’ve lived it and its unforgettable….but THE PLAN is to show y’all that you can escape it, by being living proof myself and through testimony. I could easily be posting a R.I.P. J Real post right now but thanks to God he’s been spared more time with us. I’m hoping that he can learn from ALLL his mistakes n wise up because just like I tell him I wouldn’t be surprised if I get a call saying ‘”J Real is dead.”’ Some might say why would I post or say something like this about my homie but even he knows I don’t sugarcoat shit n Ima keep it 100 with him every time. Ain’t nothing about this picture cool. So don’t take this as that. This is more than a msg to him. It’s a msg to all the black men, our sons and their unborn. “Every survivor HAD TO do two things…abandon their old ways, then think and move differently.”
J Real collaborated with Montana on numerous records, including “Faneto (Remix),” “Ima Beast,” “Real Long,” “All I Know” and more. Listen to music by J Real below.
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