Lil Reese inserted himself into the issues between Famous Dex and King Von on Monday (September 7). After Dex chastised Von for taking no action against Tekashi 6ix9ine’s trolling of Chicago rappers, Reese attempted to play mediator on Twitter.

“Aye Tell Dex I said b cool how he be cool,” he wrote in response to Dex’s comments about Von.

Dex criticized Von in an Instagram livestream over the Labor Day weekend. His rant referenced 6ix9ine coming to Chicago’s O Block for a publicity stunt, which saw the controversial rapper mockingly pay respects to Lil Durk’s deceased cousin OTF Nunu.

“King Von you a bitch,” Dex declared. “Suck my dick. You got 6ix9ine coming to O Block. Yo bitch ass is on something. Hoe-ass nigga. Go get on 6ix9ine ass before you say anything about me. ‘Cause he all on y’all block. Disrespecting y’all dead niggas.”

In August, 6ix9ine showed up in Chicago to stage videos to promote his TattleTales album. His presence in the city didn’t sit well with Durk and Reese, who both became targets of his trolling.

Amid the social media back-and-forth, 6ix9ine posted an old video of an embarrassing moment from Reese’s past. Reese plans to respond on a diss track, which will be featured on a new album due out on Friday (September 11).

View an example of 6ix9ine’s Chicago trolling below.

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CAME TO OBLOCK .. came to pay my respect to @lildurk cousin nuski who was killed by gun violence 💔💔💔 we need to change as a community 💔💔💔💔😒😒😒 #RIP NUSKI PRE ORDER THE ALBUM LINK IN MY BIO SEPTEMBER 4TH 💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫

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