Chief Keef’s (left) 19-year-old stepbrother Ulysses “Chris” Gissendanner III (right) was shot in the back of his head and killed in Chicago on January 2nd while sitting in a car as he visited his uncle.
The two were related when Ulysses’s mother married Chief Keef’s father making them step brothers apparently they used to get haircuts together, play and visit each other but drifted apart over past years and no longer had anything to do with each other. Chief Keef and his father don’t speak either.
Ulysses is described as a positive person who was currently enrolled in college while working he also had aspirations of being a rapper but in contrast to Chief Keef he rapped about struggling and hopes of one day making it big in a positive manner. While Chief Keef Keef is currently serving 18 months probation for pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer and raps about how everyone except him is broke and ‘clapping’ for Sosa.
In September of last year Chief Keef’s alleged enemy Lil JoJo lost his life when he was gunned down at 16 years old after social media threats and Lil JoJo’s best friend Joshua was murdered at 18 years old the day after this past Christmas allegedly because he was wearing a hoodie in honor of Lil JoJo.
Chief Keef‘s 19-year-old stepbrother Ulysses “Chris” Gissendanner III has been found dead. The up-and-coming rapper is another victim of Chicago, Illinois’ shooting epidemic.
According to DNA Info, Gissendanner was shot in the back of the head on the Far South Side on January 2nd in a car near 124th Street and South Avenue while visiting his uncle in West Pullman. He later died at Roseland Hospital. Alfonso Cozart (Chief Keef‘s biological father) was stepfather to Gissendanner also known as YPN Boomtown. Keef was related to Gissendanner through marriage.
Alfonso Cozart who no longer speaks to Chief Keef, said that the murder makes him worry about his son’s well being.
“As a caring father, who wouldn’t worry about that? I do want my son to have success and have a long, positive life, and I hope the best for him.”
Cozart also added that he doesn’t want Keef’s fame to overshadow Gissendanner’s death:
“He just graduated high school, and was in college and had a job. He was a positive person,I’m not trying to get publicity of Chief Keef being my son. I want you to focus on Ulysses. He’s the one that’s gone.”
Chief Keef seems unmoved by the tragedy, as he continues to tweet without even mentioning the passing of his family member.
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