G Herbo‘s faced plenty of backlash over the past few years. His arrest in 2020 led to allegations of cooperating with authorities, which did not appear to be true. He later addressed the rumors on the single, “Statement,” which sampled a classic Dipset record before the issues at large subsided.
Lil Reese came to Herb’s defense on Twitter this week after Kyro’s interview gained traction. The Chicago rapper suggested that it seems a little suspicious that an individual would take their issues to the Internet, rather than reaching out to Herbo. “Herb a [goat emoji],” Reese wrote. “I don’t like that hating ass shit if you got a problem with a n***a don’t bring it to internet. We [men]. Bring it face to face that some hoe ass shit.”
No word from Kyro but we’ll keep you posted on whether Herbo decides to respond.