Bootleggers beware. If you are selling fake Juice Wrld merch outside of his concerts, you might get ran up on. Thus was the case on Thursday (May 2) outside the Chicago rapper's performance in Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, Calif. when fellow Chi-Town rapper Lil Bibby's brother G Money rode around confiscating unauthorized shirts being sold at the venue.

Bibby posted video of the incident to his Instagram Story. It shows G Money, who is a part of Juice's management team, riding in the back seat of a vehicle with the windows rolled down. He questions a man standing next to the ride who is peddling merch. "Let me see it," he tells the man who is hesitant. G then reaches out and swipes the shirt from the man's hand who then runs away. "Come here, man. Come here. How many more you got?" he questions.

In another clip, a similar situation happens. G Money is able to get the man to give him a few shirts before the bootlegger gets antsy. "Where my money at?" the man questions right before the video ends.

Many people thought Bibby was the man in the video taking the shirts due to the fact that it was posted to his IG page and the man looks and sounds very similar. The rapper jokingly clarified the case of mistaken identity on Instagram on Friday (May 3). "I see a lotta y’all mad about da shit in my story yesterday. Dat was dis nigga @nolimit_gmoney ‍♂️. Stop sending me all the threats in my dm hit @nolimit_gmoney. Don’t kill the messenger. @nolimit_gmoney why u do that 2 them ppl ku? Bogus asl on 4 nem."

Everyone wants a piece of one of the hottest rappers out. After scoring a No. 1 album and touring Europe with Nicki Minaj earlier this year, Juice is currently making his rounds Stateside. He recently revealed he has new music coming with Future whom he released the collab project Wrld on Drugs with in 2018. "We definitely got some more stuff stashed," he said. "We probably link some more and do some songs."

Check out video of Lil Bibby's bro swiping bootleggers' Juice Wrld merch below.

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