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The bodies of two men were found at a marijuana dispensary in Compton on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015. (Credi: KTLA)

Authorities have identified the two men found dead Wednesday night in a Compton medical marijuana shop that bears the name of rapper Chief Keef, although the rapper has denied ownership of the business.

Wolf Da Boss, a self-described artist whose real name is Marqese Tann, 36, and Terrence Brown, 53, were both found dead in the marijuana shop shortly before 7 p.m., said Lt. Steve Jauch of the Los Angeles County sheriff’s department.

The shop was known as the Chief Keef Glo Shop and named after the rapper Chief Keef, however his manager denied that he has any formal ties to the dispensary.

Chief Keef, whose real name is Keith Cozart, has never been to the shop on East Compton Boulevard, his manager, Rovaun Manuel, said Thursday.

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