The Los Angeles Times reports that Wolf Da Boss, an affiliate of Chief Keef’s Glo Gang crew, and one other man were found dead of gunshot wounds in a Compton medical marijuana dispensary called the Chief Keef Glo Shop last night. Despite the apparent link, Chief Keef is denying any formal connection to the shop. According to his manager, Rovaun Manuel, not only does Keef not own the shop, but he’s never even been there. Manuel says that a fan opened the dispensary without notifying the rapper, who later learned of its existence. But as Complex reports, Chief Keef announced the shop’s opening in an Instagram post last October:
According to Keef’s manager, the rapper posted the video “for money or as a favor.”
Although police have not yet identified the owners of the store, Wolf Da Boss’ Instagram bio declares him to be the “owner of CHIEF KEEF GLO SHOP,” and his Twitter bio proclaims that he is a member of the “Westcoast GLO GANG.” Manuel says that Wolf Da Boss and Keef met last year, and that the former was once affiliated with Keef’s Glo Gang label and was friendly with Blood Money, a 30-year-old Glo Gang rapper who was shot and killed in Chicago last April. The relationship between Wolf Da Boss and the other victim, Terrence Brown, 53, is unclear at this point.