According to the Chicago Tribune, Qawmane Wilson, also known as rapper Young QC, arranged for his friends to murder his mother, Yolanda Holmes in September 2012. Holmes was the successful owner of the popular Chicago hair salon. Police say that Young QC wanted to get his hands on the more than $90,000 in her bank accounts, and to also have access to the two life insurance policies she had that he was a beneficiary of.
Now fellow Chicagoan, rapper Lil Reese has chimed in to give his two cents on the incident. Lil Reese, who is a Chief Keef affiliate, is not too happy about what Young QC allegedly had done. Lil Reese personally believes you should kill for your family, not kill them. So Reese joined the many others who went to QC’s instagram to vent.
“Kill 4yo Og not kill her wat type Gay shit is dat cause u broke nd shit smh…#300,” he wrote on his Twitter account.
After an investigation, Young QC was arrested and charged with murder and home invasion in the death of his mother. As for Eugene Spencer, the alleged hit man in this case, he received charges of first degree murder, as well as home invasion and aggravated discharge of a firearm. Phone records showed that Young QC contacted Spencer and Johnson before, after and even during the murder. All three are being held without bail.
Prior to the incident Young QC had no issue with flaunting his wealth on social media. He would often post photos of stacks of money, expensive clothing, jewelry, and automobiles.
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The legal woes for Glory Boyz Entertainment artists continue. The Chicago Tribune reported that Saturday (July 13) that local artist Lil Reese was arrested for drug possession of marijuana. The 20-year-old Glory Boyz/Def Jam Records artist was arrested on a sidewalk in the Englewood section of the city with a reported four grams of the controlled substance. According to the Trib’s reports, this violates Reese’s probation.
A police report added that the major label rapper had over $2,000 cash on his person. The report quoted Reese’s explanation of the cash as “It’s mine, I got a little weed. So what?” He was said to add: “There’s serious crime out there. This ain’t a big deal. I’m gangster.”
In April of this year, Reese was cuffed by police when he was found asleep in an automobile. At the time, there was an outstanding warrant for the rapper’s arrest. Earlier that month, Reese was stopped and taken in for driving without a driver’s license or car insurance. He was initially charged with grand theft auto due to his failure to provide information on the car.
Both incidents followed 2012 news of a video surfacing that depicted Reese apparently attacking a woman.
He was ordered to be held in lieu of $10,000 bail.
SOURCE: Chicago Sun-Times
The GBE crew sure know their way around a police station.
GBE and Chief Keef affiliate Lil Reese was arrested and accused of presenting “false documentation” to obtain a 2006 BMW in April, according to police documents.
A 44-year-old man, described as the victim in the incident, “never gave consent or permission to register the vehicle in his name,” according to the documents. The theft happened in the 6600 block of South Wentworth Avenue, according to court documents.
It’s unclear what kind of false documentation was presented, or how that led to the rapper obtaining the car. Prosecutors from the State’s Attorney’s Office did not offer further details on the charge.
The South Side rapper was arrested by police on Saturday afternoon in the 10100 block of South Halsted Street in Washington Heights, according to police documents.
Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr. set bail for Lil Reese at $5,000.
SOURCE: Fakeshore Drive
Chief Keef affiliate Lil Reese was arrested this past weekend after police found him asleep in a car. Details have surfaced that his arrest stemmed from the video taped beating that he handed to a woman not too long ago. October 25th 2012, a video surfaced of Reese fighting a woman hit the Internet. The woman in the video allegedly was the mother of his child.
The Chicago Tribune reported that “South Side rapper Lil Reese’s Sunday arrest on a felony warrant is tied to a 2012 videotaped incident in which he purportedly beat and stomped a woman in her Champaign home, police said Monday. Video of the attack went viral late last year, with thousands of people voicing outrage on social media over Lil Reese’s actions. Taylor appeared in Cook County Bond Court on Sunday. It was unclear as of noon Monday if or when he would be transferred to Champaign County. The warrant paperwork states he is to be held in lieu of $100,000.”
Reese is still locked up as of right now.
Chicago emcee and Chief Keef affiliate Lil Reese, born Tavares Taylor, was arrested early Sunday morning. Reese was found sleeping in a car in Champaign county. A warrant had been issued for the Def Jam signee earlier this week.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Reese was arrested on the 4400 block of South Wells Street in the Chicago’s Fuller Park neighborhood. A police officer had spotted the “Money Stackin‘” rapper sleeping in a vehicle.
The arrest warrant was issued for charges of criminal trespass, mob action and battery that supposedly occurred in February 2012. Authorities have not disclosed details on what exactly occurred on that date.
Reese, 20, is currently being held on $100,000 bond.
SOURCE: Hip Hop Wired
Chief Keef might be at the center of the spotlight right now, but another memeber of GBE has some new stuff to drop this week too. On the heels of Keefs “Finally Rich” album release, his 3hunna teammate Lil Reese drops the visual for his song, “Relate“
Lil Reese drops a visual for his latest joint, “Walter Payton.” Check it out. The mixtape “3Hunna” coming soon
Footage surfaced this week of up-and-coming Chicago rapper Lil Reese viciously beating and stomping a woman after an argument. While he was initially dismissive of the subsequent backlash, yesterday (October 26th), Reese tweeted an apology.
“Everybody makes mistakes I was out of character & I’ve grown sense then Don’t judge me for my past i can admit my wrongs and I apologize.#3hunna,” he tweeted.
Nonetheless, the woman that was attacked in the footage issued her own statement chastising the rapper:”JUST TO LET EVERYBODY KNOW THAT SEEN THAT VIDEO OF ME FIGHTING LIL REESE ITS OLD AND DUMB IT WAS LAST YEAR AND JUST TO LET EVERY MUTHAF*KA KNOW WHO THINK HE DID SOMETHING RIGHT NO HE DID NOT ALL I DID WAS ASK THEM MUF*KAS POLITLY TO GET OUT OF MY CRIB AND HE WENT CRAZY PUTTING HIS HANDS ON ME SO I HIT HIS A** BACK IF WHO S I GET DISRESPECTED BY NO ONE AND SO YEA THEY JUMPED ME HIM ANOTHER N*GGA ANT HIS SISTER H*LL YEA WE FAUGHT AND THATS THAT BUT ALL I SAY IS A N*GGA WHO FIGHT FEMALES IS ONE THEMSELF…..#ONE WORD P*SSY!!!”
Video surfaced of Chief Keef affiliate Lil Reese delivering a beat-down to an unknown woman. The tape is reported to be a year old, but it still resonates like it was today. Check it out. Viewer discretion is advised.