Popular Chicago rapper Lil Reese recently opened up about his house being raided by the feds in 2018 and the former NFL player he saw with his own eyes.
Reese claims that former Chicago Bears great Charles Tillman was one of the agents. Lil Reese also addressed $100,000 being taken from his home and never being returned after the charges were dropped.
Lil Reese, who has been referred to as the grim reaper by many, has a dark past when it comes to violence in the city. Before he became a known rapper, he was one of the early members of Chicago’s drill scene in the early 2010s that included fellow rappers Chief Keef, Fredo Santana, and Lil Durk.
His most infamous moment was when a young rapper named Lil Marc used a facetime conversation from the two in a song and video where he dissed many dead people, only for him to meet his demise days later when he got shot dead at a bus stop. In 2019, his car was riddled with bullets and he survived an attempt on his life after being shot in the neck.
A former UL star, Tillman played 13 years in the NFL as a ball-hawking defensive back — 12 with the Bears and one season in Carolina.
Tillman was one of the most disruptive defensive backs in the NFL from 2003-15, finishing with 38 interceptions and eight touchdown returns. He also forced 44 fumbles and recovered 12.