Lil Reese was recorded fighting and beating up a girl in a video that went viral last night after it was posted to World Star Hip Hop (WSHH). Now the Chicago-based rapper has responded on Twitter, arguing that the video is insignificant because it was filmed several years ago. Say what?

Here's Lil Reese's tweet, posted just hours after the video of him beating up a girl who may have been his "baby mama" went viral on World Star Hip Hop.

The haters tryna see a mf Dwn lol Dey gotta b broke and bored wanna upload sum sh*t from years ago d*mnn we winnin it's 2 late...#3hunna.

Here is our exclusive International Digital Times translation from "gansta rap language" into normal English:

The haters are trying to [knock] a mother 'effer down. They are broke [poor] and bored and want to upload something from years ago. I'm doing well and it's too late.

Watch the allegedly outdated video below for yourself. Warning: this video is not safe for work and contains violence that may not be appropriate for younger viewers.

Less than hour ago Lil Reese retweeted a supportive message from @2BASED:

"@LilReese300 NOBODY CAN HOLD YOU BACK"

The video, which already has 768,518 views on World Star Hip Hop in less than a day, has even gained Lil Reese the attention of ESPN contributor Chris Palmer.

"As far as fake "rappers" go @LilReese300 is up there," he tweeted. "But I move on..."

The vial Lil Reese fight video, titled "This is F****** Up: Lil Reese From GBE Caught On Camera Beating Up A Female! (3 Year Old Footage Comes To Surface), currently has 17,000 likes and over 10,000 tweets on the WSHH site alone.

Early this morning when the video was published it quickly dominated Twitter, with both "Lil Reese" and "WSHH" trending for several hours with dozens of posts per minute.

"When I saw WSHH trending I knew it wasn't gonna be good," tweeted Lord Levon at around 3 a.m. ET.

Here's one of the few appropriate responses posed below the video on WSHH as a comment on the violent video hand-shot video:

Ike: "PITIFUL and these the type of role models the young generation is looking up to. When he gets caught and go[es] to jail. You're gonna hear about how his dumb ass got stumped."

It's unclear what will happen to Lil Reese in the wake of this fight videos leap to virality. There's no word yet on whether the Chief Keef-associated rapper will face charges or arrest as a result of the NSFW video.

Reese is a member of 18-year old rapper Keith "Chief Keef" Cozart's record label, Glory Boys Entertainment (GBE). Keef track, "I don't like," rose to popularity over the summer after it was incorporated into a new single from Hip Hop mogul Kanye West with the same name and chorus as Keef's rap.

It's no uncommon for up and coming rappers to carry an entire posse of supporting rappers along with them. Whether this unwanted exposure for Lil Reese will result in his bein dropped from GBE. However, considering that many of label's rappers' lyrics often focus on violence this video of Lil Reese beating up a girl may only boost his cred in the rap game.