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Some damning footage of Def Jam signee and Chief Keef affiliate, Lil Reese has made it onto the Internets. In cell phone video footage, Reese is seen arguing with a girl who seems to be trying to kick him out of an apartment. Things get testy with Reese eventually punching and kicking the girl.

The girl is heard saying “Keep your hands to yourself, though,” and “They ain’t stop making guns when they made yours” while Reese, wearing a red hoodie is clearly seen trying to intimidate her.  After Reese says “Stop talking to me like that,” he is seen mushing the girl in the face. She proceeds to push him back, calls him “A b-tch @ss ni–a” and then the rapper proceeds to start wailing on her.

The women in the room are seen yelling and telling Reese to stop, while all the men are pretty much just watching, with one even being heard saying, “Stomp her.”

Reese took to Twitter to try to defend himself, tweeting, “The haters tryna see a mf Dwn lol Dey gotta b broke and bored wanna upload sum sh-t from years ago damnn we winnin it’s 2 late…#3hunna.”

The GBE rapper also added, “WeOutHereF-ckYall…#3hunna.”

So much for contrition. No matter when this incident took place, it should have never happened. We don’t know the circumstances of what exactly happened since this clip is only 1:11 long, but a dude wailing on a girl like that, even after she fell to the ground and stopped fighting back, is degenerate behavior.

Watch the footage for yourself below. Tell us your thoughts in the comments.


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