(AllHipHop News) Chaz "Slim" Williams sudden passing last week sent shockwaves through the hip-hop community.
Chaz, who ran the Blackhand imprint, was a well-respected O.G. from the Queens, New York community.
Before his untimely passing earlier this month, Chaz had been instrumental in working with several artists, including Foxy Brown, DJ Kay Slay, Grafh and others.
Last week 50 Cent jumped into the fray after several reports emerged commenting on Chaz' work with 50 Cent early in his career.
Both men hail from the Southside of Queens and had a working relationship, but they eventually had a falling out over Supreme Team leader Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff's unwavering support for Hollis based artists, Irv Gotti and Ja Rule.
When Chaz died, 50 raised some eyebrows with a post on Instagram which read: "🤦♂️Why my name in this s##t, I ain’t got nothing to do with Chaz dead or alive. 😒da f##k outta here." LOL! Why?!
During an interview with Mikey T's ReportCard Radio, Supreme's son Kyle McGriff blasted 50 Cent.
"I just feel like just shut up...the man is gone," said Kyle McGriff, who bears a striking resemblance to his father Supreme.
Kyle's dad Supreme is currently serving a life sentence after being convicted of putting a $50,0000 bounty on Eric “E-Money Bags” Smith and Troy “Big Nose” Singleton, who were shot and killed in 2001.
"I guess he's trolling. But everybody says everybody else is wrong for trolling, but when he trolls is like it's not a big deal or people just overlook it or whatever. I don't think you should speak on the dead," Kyle McGriff explained. "You shouldn't never speak on people that can't defend they self, whether they be in jail or whether their dead. You should never touch those topics because how can they themselves. They not here, they not with us."