RAPPER 40GLOCC SHOT!!!
California Rapper 40 GLOCC Is SHOT . . . After Getting Into A TWITTER WAR . . . With LA GANGSTERS!!!
June 16, 2017: Rapper 40 Glocc is in trouble – and he needs all of our prayers. According to online reports 40 Glocc was SHOT and his female companion was RUN OVER BY A CAR. 40 and the lady were visiting a deceased relative at the Mt. View Cemetery – when the incident occurred.
St. Bernardine Medical Center personnel reported the shooting around 2:20 p.m., spokeswoman Eileen Hards said. Police officials say that 40 Glocc was shot in the arm and the chest. His condition is currently stable.
Rapper 40 Glocc is known as much for his social media BEEFS – as he is with his music.
You may recall that in 2011, 40 Glocc got into a Twitter war with rapper The Game. Eventually The Game put hands on 40 Glocc – and recorded the beating for social media. 40 Glocc later SUED The Game over the incident.
But recently 40 Glocc’s beefs became MORE DANGEROUS. He recently took to instagram and started making very SALACIOUS COMMENTS and threats towards NOTORIOUS L.A. mogul Wack100.
40 Glocc recently filed court documents to place a lien on The Game‘s money if he wins his lawsuit against Viacom.
If you recall, the Compton rapper sued Viacom for $20 million and said the company didn’t properly vet Priscilla Rainey for his show She’s Got Game. Plus, a judge told Game that he had to pay Rainey $7.1 million after she filed a civil suit against him for alleged sexual assault.
In regards to Glocc, in 2016 a judge ordered The Game to pay $196,335,115 for a much-talked-about incident that happened four years prior.
That’s when The Game pummeled 40 outside of a Hollywood Hills party and filmed it. After that, the “Letz Get it On” rapper accused him of pointing a gun and getting his crew to join in on the beating.
But the former Aftermath artist always maintained that he was the only one who confronted Glocc, and he also said there was no gun involved.
If 40 gets his way and Game does win that money in his suit against Viacom, he’ll have to pay him the money he’s owed first before pocketing the rest. At this time, neither Glocc or the Compton rhymer has commented about any of this publicly.