Since the death of Lionel “Chinx” Pickens, everyone from friends, family and fans have offered their deepest thoughts on the matter. Whether it be blasting Cocaine Riot one through five in the hood, or writing a special message on social media, it has been done. Adding to the love, Max B speaks out on Chinx’ death from the NJ state prison in Trenton [HOME].

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“The game lost a solid one today. Rest in peace #chinxdrugz. You will be missed dearly bro,” Max Biggavelli tweeted out on the day news of Chinx’ death broke. Now, he speaks to Revolt to offer his condolences to the family and talk about being set back with the violence.

“S**t is getting senseless, you heard,” Max B begins. “We lost another young, aspiring brother trying to do the right thing.” He adds, “Every time that s**t happens, it’s like pushing us back another twenty years [later adding ten to twenty years]. We the people, we ain’t learning … nothing yet.”

Biggavelli expresses his love for Chinx individually and then makes it clear that he did have a brotherly bond with not just Chinx, but French Montana and Stack Bundles as well. “I love Chinx. I’ma miss him. I just wanted to put that out there and send my condolences to the family; his girl, his mom, his pops,” he says. “I went through this with Stacks. We dying for nothing. We killing each other.”

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