Well this doesn’t sound like too much fun at all. Soulja Boy and Chief Keef, who have previously collaborated a few times on tracks like “Foreign Cars” and “Say She Luv Me” are now tangled in some social networking war. It’s getting pretty ugly, and death threats are being thrown around. Back in January, Chief Keef’s Twitter was “hacked” and during that “hacking” some insults flew about Soulja Boy. “He’s a d-ck stealin’ every1 flow,” Fake Keef tweeted. That battle was diffused quickly, but earlier this month one of Keef’s homies GBE‘s Ballout got pretty braggy over Twitter about how he stole Soulja Boy’s chain. “N L.A. Pushin On N—as Jus Too This N—a @souljaboy Chain Des N—as Fak As S–t I B Takin S–t,” he tweeted.
Now Soulja Boy has run through Facebook several weeks later making death threats to Keef and his boy. He even posted both of Keef’s phone numbers urging people to “Call Sosa” and tell him that Soulja Boy is on the way. He even claims to have an AK-47 in his hand. With Keef’s previous criminal record, is this the wisest thing for Soulja Boy to be doing? Just because you know how to “Superman dat h0e” doesn’t make you Superman, son.
UPDATE: Of course, Soulja Boy says his Facebook was hacked.
One of Chicago, Illinois emcee Chief Keef‘s biggest moments was when hometown hero Kanye West jumped on a remix to his 2012 single, ”I Don’t Like.” Now signed to Interscope Records with a currently Top 200 album,Finally Rich, Chief Keef claims he’s back in the studio with Kanye West. Yesterday (April 14), Keef, who has been out of incarceration for just over a month, tweeted that he was currently en route to Paris, France to record with West: Kanye is believed to be working on his sixth solo album in Europe. Yesterday, information surfaced that led fans to believe that Kanye has recorded two songs with French duo Daft Punk.
Chief Keef tweeted his excitement after hearing Jay-Z mention his name in the newly released “Open Letter.” ”Wanna give me jail time and a fine/Fine, let me commit a real crime/I might buy a kilo for Chief Keef/Out of spite, I just might flood these streets/Hear the freedom in my speech.” Chief Keef immediately took to Twitter. Check out tweets below.
Sosa is finally free. Controversial Chicago teen rapper Chief Keef was released from a juvenile detention center yesterday (March 14). The “Don’t Like” rapper served two months for a parole violation. An ill-conceived interview with Pitchfork that was held at a gun range is what sent Keef back to the kiddie bing.
The Chicago Tribune reports:
Some two dozen relatives and supporters snapped photos with their cellphones Thursday as South Side rapper Chief Keef walked out of the Cook County Juvenile Justice Center after completing a 60-day sentence for violating his probation for a gun conviction. The 17-year-old rap sensation was taken into custody Jan. 15 after a juvenile court judge ruled that Chief Keef had violated his probation by firing a rifle at a gun range during an on-camera promotion for his music last summer.
Will Keef get baptized as planned now that he’s a free man, though? Even his grandmother isn’t so sure. “Keith talked to me sideways about it,” Margaret Carter, Keef’s grandmother, told DNAInfo Chicago on Wednesday (March 13). “That’s his old neighborhood pastor. There’s no telling what he told Corey, and if he’ll do something different. But Keith’s little sister says she wants to go with him. And my oldest son says he wants to get baptized again, too. … We’ll see what Sunday brings us.” DNAInfo also reports that Keef is no longer on probation. Check out photos of Keef leaving juvie and his first pics after getting back his freedom in the gallery.
The weather is getting cold in Chicago but that doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down the city’s shooting epidemic. Aspiring rapper Joshua “JayLoud” Davis was shot and killed on Christmas Day following a dispute with several men, allegedly over his decision to wear a hoodie donning the name of Joseph “Lil JoJo” Coleman, who was gunned down over the summer. Coleman was killed following an altercation with Chief Keef’s people. His mother believes that Keef paid someone to kill her son.
Davis got into an argument with several men at around 11:30 p.m. Christmas night, on the 2000 block of West 69th Street, when one of the men pulled out a gun and opened fire. The 18-year-old was shot several times in the torso, as well as once in the ear. He was transported to Advocate Christ Hospital where he was pronounced dead one hour later. “It was my little brother,” Davis’ older brother told local news station, Fox 32. “It was like the other half of my heart, and he gone now.”
The shooting was one of two that occurred blocks apart, the first of which involved a man shooting at his stepfather before police were called. Authorities have yet to arrest anyone involved in Davis’ death. via: hiphopwired
Police in Chicago, Illinois are seeking to issue citations to individuals who are hanging up posters advertising Chief Keef’s Finally Rich around his Englewood neighborhood. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, people have been putting up advertisements for the young rapper’s debut, releasing December 18th. Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman described the acts as a “smack in the face” to police officers. “It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero,” he said. “But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.” Chicago Police Commander Kevin Ryan noted that this isn’t a personal attack on Keef, who is currently on probation for pointing a gun at a policeman. “We used to do this when I was commander in [a downtown] district,” he explained. Keef’s manager, Rovan “Dro” Manuel, disagreed, stating that this is in fact an issue with the rapper. “I don’t think it’s fair,” he said. “If they [don’t] do that with Britney Spears, Madonna, the Goo Goo Dolls, why do they have to do that to us? ”I think they’re targeting Chief Keef a little bit for more reasons than one,” he continued. “He’s a spokesperson for Englewood, they had problems way before Chief Keef. When something bad happens they want to put it all on him.”
FRENCHIE CONCRETE JUNGLE 2 1ST STOP IS IN CHICAGO WHERE HE MEETS UP WITH BSM ARTSIT BODEAL AND GBE ARTIST FREDO SANATANA, SD, AND CHIEF KEEF.