There’ve been numerous incidents involving murder that Chief Keef and his GBE crew have been rumored to be involved with. No violent incident has brought any criminal charges in that realm to Keef officially however.

Most recently, an unofficial Instagram account of rapper Bobby Shmurda recently posted a few pictures threatening Glory Boyz Entertainment. One of the posts was a picture of numerous assault weapons with a caption reading, “Pull up on Lamron and cause Destruction. Fuck them niggas #Shmurdagang #GS9.” It also had each GBE member mentioned.

After social media got a glimpse at the picture posts, they began expressing concern for the New York native’s wellbeing knowing Keef’s alleged past. And shortly after, “RIP Bobby Shmurda” became a trending topic on Twitter.

Earlier in 2014, Keef released what was interpreted as a diss to Bobby Shmurda when he dropped his “Beetlejuice” song. One line in particular stood out. It references a bar Shmurda makes in his breakout hit “Hot Nigga,” “I still come and rob you for your kilo / You know you ain’t catch no body bout a week ago,” Keef rhymes.

Bobby Shmurda’s verified Instagram account is @Bobby_Shmurda and not @bobbyshmurda. Curiously, Shmurda has had nothing to say on the matter either in an interview or through either Twitter or Instagram.

Chief Keef was most notably linked to the murder of Chicago rapper Lil Jojo. He also mocked the rapper and his death after it happened on Twitter, however Keef claims his account was hacked.

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