Max B Speaks On Chinx’s Murder!!!Plus Max B’s FIRST TRACK in Prison Feat. Chinx & Cheekz


In the wake of the murder of Chinx this past Sunday (May 17), the Coke Boys rapper’s mentor Max B spoke on the tragedy from NJ State Prison. Currently serving a 75-year sentence, Max B served as Chinx’s mentor, and spoke on what he calls a “senseless tragedy” in a brief cal obtained by Revolt.

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“I don’t know if people realize how close we was and shit. Like we all used to be in my crib, French, me, him… I’d be with Chinx every day, Chinx used to spend the night at my joint,” he said. “We used to be making music and shit. People really don’t hear us on songs together because at the time he used to come stay in my spot, I was on trial, so I was goin’ through my own shit, I was stressed out, I wasn’t really making no music when I had started trial. So that’s the only reason people don’t hear us on songs together.”

R.I.P My Brother Chinx “The victim, shot multiple times in the torso, has been identified as…”

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BRIARWOOD (WABC) — A Queens-born rapper was killed and another person wounded early Sunday after someone opened fire on a car in Queens.

The victim, shot multiple times in the torso, has been identified as 31-year old Lionel Pickens of Ozone Park, known as Chinx.

It happened just after 4 a.m. at Queens Boulevard and 84th Drive in Briarwood.

Police say the victims were driving a Porsche westbound on Queens Boulevard when a second vehicle pulled up to them at 84th Road, where a gunman from the second vehicle fired multiple rounds inside the first car, striking the driver and the other person.

The wounded person is in critical condition at Jamaica Hospital.

Investigators are on the scene searching for any clues that could lead to the shooter.

So far police have no motive.

In a statement, the Legion Media Group said:
“It is with a heavy heart that The Legion Media Group and 4 Kings Management announce the passing of Lionel “Chinx” Pickens this morning. He was 31. Few details are available about his passing but his management confirmed his passing this morning. The rapper from Queens, New York was a member of French Montana’s Coke Boys. Chinx’s dedication, humor and vision will always be remembered “Chinx was one of the most talented, professional, and determined rappers this industry had to offer,” said Publicist Chanel Rae, “Further more, he was a friend.”

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