Video After The Jump
A beef between former friends turned extremely bitter in April after one of them filmed a disrespectful music video that may have went too far.
DMV rapper OG ManMan recorded a diss record aimed at rival Big Flock. The song uses the same music and title as Gucci Mane's 2013 diss to Jeezy titled "Truth."
In the video accompanying the song, which was released on April 2, 2016, ManMan, real name Antonio Leach, flashes guns and goes to the grave site of Flock's dead friend Lil Chris a.k.a. C-Diddy, where he burns a photo of his enemy.
"Rest in p*ss to Lil Chris, yeah I know they still miss him / Don't trip, his whole squad gon' lay there with him," ManMan raps.
Chris Smith died in 2013
Chris, full name, Chris Smith, died in 2013 at age 19 when he fell from a bridge in Richmond, Virginia during a fight, according to WTVR.
ManMan claims the beef with Flock started after he slept with a couple of his women. Flock responded by dissing ManMan on wax.
"Once you disrespect me or disrespect my name ... I don't give a f*ck about you, your dead man, your mother, your father, your grandmother, none of that," ManMan said in an April interview with Cutthroat TV. Explaining why his video was so extreme.
On Sunday, June 12, just a little over two months after releasing "Truth," the 23-year old was found on a Washington, D.C. street suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, according to WUSA9.
ManMan was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The rapper claimed to be all about that street life, so there could by many reasons why he was killed.
At the end of the day it's another young black man that lost his life as a result of the constant cycle of violence in the inner cities.
Somehow, someway we have to do better.