As previously reported, police have a theory that FBG Duck was killed for mocking his dead rivals on his song "Dead Bitches."
The rapper, who was a member of the Tookaville Gangster Disciples, was killed earlier this week in a drive-by shooting in his Chicago hometown, which police and Chicago native Lupe Fiasco believe will lead to a lot of retaliation.
"Said I wasn't gon' diss the dead and okay, I did it. But n*gga, f*ck T-Roy and Odee, them dead bitches," spits Duck on "Dead Bitches."
T-Toy and Odee were members of the Black Disciples gang and so is Chicago rapper 600Breezy.
There's currently a theory floating around that 600Breezy, Duck's rival, predicted the late rapper's murder in "Stop Playin," a song that he made a video for last month and released yesterday, August 5th.
"Them n*ggas dead on that f*ckin block / You fat b*tch, them diss songs gonna get you f*cking shot / You took a few already, next time ya b*tch ass in the f*ckin box," rhymes 600.
What are your thoughts about the theory that 600 predicted Duck's murder?
600Breezy defended his decision to drop the track.
I’m suppose to not drop my song cause he actually died ? shidddd https://t.co/hd1npkuiGR— Six0Breezo (@600Breezy) August 5, 2020