Killa Kellz has now been released on bond, and hoping to beat his charge that is considered a Class X felony of “Armed Habitual Criminal.” This charge could may bring a sentence of up to 6-30 years in prison.
There are pictures of Killa Kellz when we was friends with Lil Reese, and they even exchanged heated Tweets on the matter. Allegedly, members of the Black Disciples killed a family member of Killa Kellz, and this act of disloyalty made him an Insane Gangster Disciple. Killa Kellz stated in a recent interview with VladTV, that he started “300.”
Killa Kellz interviews with Chicago’s street reporter ZackTv1, and talks about ending the war between the GD’s and BD’s. So many lives have been lost from gang-related shootings in Chicago, but one of the most unexpected tragedies was the death of Chicago rapper and producer, Smylez.
Killa Kellz was just released on bond this October, and is still grieving upon learning the premature death Smylez, one of Killa Kellz’ closest friends.
The track was also produced by Smylez, as Killa Kellz pays tribute to his fallen friend.