It seems any time a Chicago rapper is involved in any kind of controversy, 6ix9ine crawls out from whatever rock he’s been hiding under to antagonize them. On Saturday morning (May 15), Lil Reese and two other men were shot in a Chicago parking lot, the second time Reese has been a gunshot victim in the last 18 months.

Like clockwork, 6ix9ine rushed to social media to reignite their once-dormant beef. Shortly after the news broke, the inflammatory Brooklynite hopped on Instagram and re-shared an old video of Reese waving a gun at him on Instagram Live.

He wrote in the caption, “You mean to tell me you have it on Instagram Live but not in REAL LIFE. I can’t breathe right now.” He added multiple laughing emojis for dramatic effect.

 

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6ix9ine also insinuated any rapper who’s had a negative interaction with him somehow ends up hurt, or in King Von’s case, even dead.

In a since-deleted Instagram Story, he wrote, “THE 6IX9INE CURSE IS REAL. REST IN PEACE TO ALL THE RAPPERS WHO ARE IN HEAVEN.”

 

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Despite 6ix9ine’s assumption Lil Reese wasn’t armed, a spokesperson for the Chicago police said in a preliminary statement there was a group of men “all shooting at each other,” suggesting there was more than one firearm. As for Reese, a bullet reportedly grazed his eye during the melee and he needed immediate medical attention.

According to TMZ, Lil Reese was believed to be involved in the car jacking of a Dodge Durango, which was found crashed at the scene peppered with bullet holes. While it’s unclear if Reese was inside of the car at the time of the shooting, at least one of the three gunshot victims were likely riding in the vehicle at one point.

Lil Reese & 2 Others Shot In Chicago Parking Lot