Much of Glo Gang and Savage Squad weighed in on the sudden and tragic death of their 300 counterpart Blood Money. Chief Keef is the latest member to issue a statement on his cousin’s death.
Blood Money, born Mario Hess, died from injuries sustained in a Wednesday night shooting.
Sosa plans to honor Blood Money by releasing the late rapper’s song “Believe In A Glo.”
“Finna Drop my Cousin Blood Money Song –Believe Ina Glo,” Sosa wrote.
Chief Keef then revealed rather personal details of Blood Money’s facial expression following his death.
“I can get killed if I’m lien I seen Blood He Was Dead With A Smile on His face!” the “Bang 3” rapper wrote.
Chief Keef also honored Blood Money by coining “Blood Gang.” In Chiraq culture, it is common to add gang to a very important figure’s name following their demise.
“Blood Gang #BloodGang,” Sosa wrote.
Keef then shared an IG post featuring his Glo Gang animation characters with a caption, reading, “Blood.”
“We Are FrontStreet & Real 300,” he added.
Blood Money, 33, and another 28-year-old acquaintance were approached by two gunmen in the 5600 block of South Elizabeth Avenue around 9:30 p.m.
Blood Money, 33, was shot 10 times. According to the Chicago Tribune, the gunman fired from different weapons and left more than two-dozen shell casings in the street.
Blood Money was found lying on a sidewalk and later pronounced dead at John H. Stroger Hospital, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
His 28-year-old acquaintance is currently in stable condition at Stroger, according to the Tribune.
Blood leaves behind five children.
Check out music from Blood Money below.
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