Lil Reese, the Chicago rapper best known for his association with rising Glory Boys Entertainment MCs Chief Keef and Lil Durk, is featured in a cellphone-shot video posted online on Thursday (Oct. 25) that shows the rapper physically attacking a young female at a house party.
The video (which can be seen here -- WARNING: violent images) depicts a young man arguing with a girl while some friends stand idly by. After swiping at each other a few times, matters get horrifyingly physical, as the man begins punching the woman repeatedly and proceeds to stomp on her as others crowd around.
When the YouTube clip, titled "LIL REESE FROM GBE BEATING UP A FEMALE," was posted online, Reese owned up to the footage on Twitter by claiming that the graphic exchange had occurred "years ago."
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
- LilReese300 (@LilReese300) October 25, 2012
After being featured on Chief Keef's breakout hit "I Don't Like," which was remixed by Kanye West for his GOOD Music compilation "Cruel Summer," Lil Reese signed a deal with Def Jam Recordings in July. His song "Us," produced by Young Chop, was remixed by Rick Ross and Drake on Ross' latest mixtape, "The Black Bar Mitzvah."
Last month, 18-year-old rapper Jojo was killed in Chicago after allegedly feuding with Chief Keef and Lil Reese's crew. Keef and Reese mocked the murder on their respective Twitter accounts in the following days.