Lil Reese Caught Beating Up a Woman, Not Apologetic After Video Leaks [Video]
Rucuss staffOctober 25, 2012
A video has surfaced showing Chicago rapper Lil Reese physically assaulting a young woman during a house party.
Lil Reese, a member of Chief Keef’s GBE clique, is seen on cellphone footage in a heated argument with Tiairah Marie. The argument o escalates and it becomes physical. The Chicago rapper is shown punching, slapping and stomping on the woman while her friend is screaming in the background, ‘Wait, Wait, Wait!’
Lil Reese never apologized for brutally beating the young woman but he addresses the leaked video on Twitter. He tweeted,”The haters tryna see a mf Dwn lol Dey gotta b broke and bored wanna upload sum shit from years ago damnn we winnin it’s 2 late…#3hunna”
He added,”Dis wat doin betta den da next mf bring small shit it’s nothin time 2 turn Uppp fuck it…#3hunna”
Marie posted her comments about the incident on Facebook. She alleges the incident happened last year not years ago as Lil Reese said on Twitter. Check out her comments below:
Lil Reese’s fellow Chicago rapper Lil Mouse made jokes about the video. He tweeted,”#WouldYouRather take the A-town stomp to the face by Lil reese or The uppercut from the bus driver?”
Lil Mouse, 13, is referring to a video that surfaced online of a Cleveland bus driver who uppercut a woman after she hit him on a bus. He is now suspended and under investigation.
This is ridiculous. What’s even more sad is that Lil Reese called the incident ‘small shit.’ Wonder would he feel the same way if someone beat the sh*t out of him and uploaded the footage on the internet?
Watch the incident unfold below.
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