Corey King, a Brooklyn Blood, caused a stir earlier this week with an emotional social media video in which he demanded West Coast rappers check in to New York in the wake of Pop Smoke's murder out West.
He then threatened to make a meal out of those who don't.
"Blueface you a bitch," King said. "If I see you my nigga, its on a plate. You better come online with an apology or you and your team food, my n*gga ... Snoop Dogg, you pull up, you better check in. The Game ... Pull up. Check in.
The first West Coast rapper he mentioned was Blueface, who is managed by notorious gang member and social media gossip Wack 100.
Wack had a little something to say about King's comments.
"The only negro that uses the words check in are ones that ain't already in," Wack typed.
He added this caption:
"Anybody that talks out their ass about a situation that ALL are puzzled about is a ASS. It been 20 yrs we been re building this bridge between the East & West and we ain’t gone stop BUILDING. Rip Pop Smoke condolences to the family."
Here are King's original comments.
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Reputed #NY #Blood #gang member #CoreyKing say WestCoast #rappers MUST CHECK IN ‼️ • SPECIFICALLY #TheGame #Wack100 #BlueFace and #SnoopDogg‼️ • Says Wack needs to holla at him BEFORE he books his next show‼️ • SAYS #NEWYORK IS STANDING ON IT #10TOESDOWN‼️👣 • This is in retaliation for the recent murder of #PopSmoke in the #HollywoodHills in #California • He is the FIRST BLOOD from FLATBUSH #BROOKLYN‼️ • #THOUGHTS⁉️ • 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 • #Street #Life #Canarsie #NY #Rap #Music #WelcomeToTheParty #ChristopherWalking