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Jessica and Jayla Hill, Chicago sisters, attacked a store security guard, stabbing him 27 times, in his neck, back, and arms, with one sister holding his hair, so he couldn’t move, all because he asked them to wear a mask and use hand sanitizer

Jessica and Jayla Hill were at a store, called Snipes, in Chicago, when they got into an altercation. A security guard stopped them, asking them to put on a mask and hand sanitizer, which led to the sisters allegedly stabbing him 27 times. The Hill sisters' attorney maintains that the sisters acted in self-defense, citing them recording the altercation as proof of them not trying to start problems.

Jessica and Jayla Hill were at a store, called Snipes, in Chicago, when they got into an altercation. A security guard stopped them, asking them to put on a mask and hand sanitizer, which led to the sisters allegedly stabbing him 27 times. The Hill sisters' attorney maintains that the sisters acted in self-defense, citing them recording the altercation as proof of them not trying to start problems.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Definitely, the Coronavirus pandemic is something people, of this era, have never seen before. Despite health experts saying that wearing a mask slows the spread, some refuse to do it. Videos have shown some even getting violent, in their refusal to wear masks.

However, most businesses have all united to ask their customers to mask up before entering. Some even go as far as demanding hand sanitizer, before going into their establishment. That doesn’t go over well with everyone.

In Chicago, sisters Jessica Hill and Jayla Hill are accused of stabbing a security guard 27 times, because he asked them to wear a mask and use hand sanitizer. The sisters are accused of stabbing the guard in his neck, back, and arms, holding him by his hair, so he couldn’t move. However, the sisters’ attorney say that the ladies acted in self defense, and would not have recorded the altercation if they were starting trouble, pointing out how this was their first offense.

Source: Chicago Sun-Times

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