Chicago Hip Hop Community Weighs In On Blood Money’s Death & Chiraq Violence

The tragic murder of newly signed Interscope rapper Blood Money has sent shockwaves through the Chicago Hip Hop community.

Blood Money, born Mario Hess, was gunned down Wednesday night in a hail of bullets outside of his family’s home in the 5600 block of South Elizabeth Avenue around 9:30 p.m. He was 33.

Several entertainers mourned the Glo Gang rapper’s loss while others called for an end to violence in the Windy City.

Sicko Mobb rebuked the violence in the Windy City, writing, “Damn #Chiraq we can’t be killin each other like this #Rip #BloodMoney.”

Lil Ceno would later add, “Damn we was just wit Bro !!! Chicago Rapper Blood Money Was Reportedly Shot and Killed Last Night.”

Breezy Montana echoed Sicko Mobb’s sentiment, writing, “R.i.p Blood Money..hope. mfs can focus on getting rappers gotta die.before.yall. realize yall on now beefing is for da poor.”

Co-Still honored Blood and acknowledged the seriousness of Chicago streets.

“R.ip. 2 #BloodMoney I didnt no him personally but i feel 4 his luv 1s. Lets make 1 things clear Sh*t is real inda field,” he wrote.

Blood Money’s death has Steve of Exclusive fearing for the lives of young people in Chicago.

“Sh*t is crazy rip @BloodMoneyBMR

“Warmer weather in Chicago means more shootings it’s sad but true

“Praying for a better way too many people dying young out here in #Chicago,” he wrote.

DJ Amaris saluted Blood Money, writing, “Rip #BloodMoney @BloodMoneyBMR #Salute Another Lost Chicago Native!!”

Lil Mouse posted a photo of himself with Blood Money to IG.

He captioned the post, “#BipBloodMoney.”

Blood Money accomplished what many rappers work their entire lives for when he signed a recording contract with Interscope. He allegedly received a $50,000 advance.

Family and loved ones believe he was killed out of pure jealousy.

Manager Uncle Ro told the Chicago Tribune that Blood Money wasn’t shy about flashing his newfound wealth, which included thousands of dollars in cash, a big diamond bracelet, rings, a gold chain and Denali truck.

Blood additionally took his five kids shopping for new clothes and paid his dad’s rent, DNAinfo reports.

“He was excited and just glad to tell people, ‘Man, I’m signed with Interscope now. I told you I was going to do it,’ and all that stuff,” Uncle Ro said, according to

“…He made it and they was mad,” Blood’s relative Allena Taylor told CBS Chicago. “They had a lot of people that was jealous of them and it’s sad. …He came from nothing to that. Look at him. He didn’t deserve that, though. Nan none of them. Darnell either.”

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