Rapper Chief Keef to Women: ‘Sυck My D*ck Or I’ll Kíll You’

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Troubled Chicago teenaged rapper Chief Keef is no stranger to controversy. Last year, the 17-year-old teen was the primary suspect for the murder of Chicago rapper JoJo after tweeting a sarcastic message about the 18-year-old rapper’s death on Twitter. The rapper has also had a number of run-ins with law enforcement and was recently slapped with a child support order by a Chicago girl in the 8th girl.

In a new song titled “You,” Keef raps, “You aint gonna let me f*ck and I feel you, but you gone suck my d*ck or I’ll kill you.” The song has not been released yet. Part of it was leaked on Twitter earlier this week. Apparently Chief Keef hasn’t paid attention to the scrutiny Maybach Music rapper Rick Ross faced when he rapped about räping women. The rapper was forced to apologize for his words when his endorsement got dropped from Reebok. He even stated it was “one of my biggest mistakes and regrets.”

Chief Keef is sitting on Cloud 9 after rapper Jay-Z referenced him in his new song titled “Open Letter.” In the song Jay-Z raps, “Wanna give me jail time and a fine? Fine, let me commit a real crime. Might buy a kilo for Chief Keef, out of spite, I just might flood these streets.” Chief Keef acknowledged Jay-Z’s reference to him on Twitter on April 11: “Salute Jay Z King Of This Shit Abyways.

The rapper also tweeted this message to the ladies:

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Should people protest Chief Keef’s record deal with Universal?

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49 Responses to Rapper Chief Keef to Women: ‘Sυck My D*ck Or I’ll Kíll You’

  1. Wow April 13, 2013 at 11:52 pm

    The only way to stop the cycle of these labels putting out this type of pois*n is to pr*test & not support the label. Because enough is enough. Accountability must start at the top.

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  2. H. James Roseau, Connecticut April 14, 2013 at 12:21 am

    Some animals neither respect nor understand freedom, which nowadays seems to be a privilege more than a right. So, why should they enjoy such a privilege?

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  3. Latrice April 14, 2013 at 12:59 am

    When we are able to shut down the old rappers then we can move on to the youngsters

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  4. corbin56 April 14, 2013 at 5:17 am

    No one complained when DMX sang those words. NOoooo. The women shook their behinds in the club…talking ’bout “that’s my jam”. People are not satisified unless they have something to complain about. As long as it rhymes, chief keef does NOT care about what anyone thinks. Give it a rest.

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  5. Ann G. April 14, 2013 at 10:33 am

    What ever happened to “old school” rapping? Back then there was no need for the nasty words nor a need for downing the female. I think it shows a lack of knowledge of the english language, in other words, these types of words is all he knows due to a lack of education and a decent home life. I dont listen to rap for I have too much class and think too much of myself and other women.

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  6. DMONEY April 14, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    The beast of ignorance is being fed well in the black community. Keep in mind, this guy has kids and their kids will have kids. While the black community is recycling ignorance, other communities are building on wealth, knowledge and positive tradition. Jay-Z anointed this guy as a go to drug dealer for which he is thankful. His finances will be ravaged by child support, which will fuel his obvious dislike for women. Not all but most rappers are a shady bunch. Jay-Z threw Obama under the bus in a rap song, some others drinking cough syrup into a state of delirium, feuding, killing and filling the airways with b’s and H’s. I long for the days of Heavy D. The long term affects will be a heavy price, for ignorance is a prelude to suffering.

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  7. PB Short April 14, 2013 at 3:57 pm

    You have two choices: 1) buy it, 2) do not buy it…

    Your other choice: 1) support the radio stations that plays this garbage 2) do not support the radio stations…

    Personally, the man is FREE to say whatever he pleases, and I do not have a problem with him or his music…I have not heard his music…

    I have enough on my plate to listen too by various artist…

    Instead of exercising your voice and ignorance, exercise your dollars…

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  8. Sabrina Davis April 16, 2013 at 12:50 pm

    Sabrina Davis · Kansas City, Missouri

    I agree with Bruce that change is needed, and lies with the Black community to stand up for what’s right. Rap is so destructive in many ways. Can anyone tell me of any rappers today that have stepped up and made a difference in their own communities. Has any rappers started a program to INSPIRE youth in the community to do good in school, get a GED if your not in school, work hard, cause hard work builds character. Have any rappers inspired youth to walk with their heads held high, integrity shinning bright. Most youth don’t even know what INTEGRITY means. The degree of shallowness, degradation, of the black woman in the rap world has fallen to a all time low. I don’t see anyone of importance stepping up to the plate and INSISTING the American pubic to refrain from supporting such harmful entertainment. As a people and a nation,…

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  9. Sabrina Davis April 16, 2013 at 12:54 pm

    PT2 of my comment.. As a people and a nation, when will we stop destroying ourselves and waiting for someone else to tell us what we feel, how we look, what’s wrong with our community, oh ya, there is NO COMMUNITY. Parents, community leaders, schools, children come together and stop the MADDNESS. Our society is at a great risk of being devastated because NO ONE steps up and says enough! Enough of calling Black woman Whores and bitches, enough of calling all young black men NIGGAS, enough of rapping about raping women, guns, drive-bye’s, selling drugs, flashing money, and gangs. We glorify the wrong things and the wrong people. Wake the fuck up America things have gone way to far, on the wrong side. It’s your life, when are you going to stop feeling sorry for yourself and get your ass moving in a POSITIVE manner. it’s no ones fault but OUR OWN.
    God Bless
    Sorry for the rant, I’m just so sick of all the crap we settle for when we know it’s wrong, yet we choose to do nothing. Stand up I’m BLACK AND I”M PROUD< are YOU?

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  10. Sunshine May 11, 2013 at 11:53 am

    No. not women he speaks this.

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  11. Eric Matterson May 11, 2013 at 10:11 pm

    If mindless people would not purchase this crap, then he would not have the forumto say it

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  12. Mak Legend May 13, 2013 at 8:23 am

    I just have to say that as a Positive Hip Hop artist myself for a very long time, and as someone who has personally hit the streets and sold over 20,000 cd’s in the city of Chicago as well as many other cities throughout the U.S. I have never had anyone say that they don’t love my music so why am I not on Tv? Why am I not in the magazines, how come when I went to WGCI, they said we love it but who’s your backer? There are so many people like Sabrina Davis who talk, talk, talk but where are the African Americans opening labels and investing in artists who are saying the right things. They are too busy secretly investing in the destruction of their own people. So until you are ready to invest in the right message, shut up & keep accepting the wholesale slaughter of our culture. I’m not trying to single you out, this goes for every black person in a position of power that is not a puppet and actually has the power to make decision or an investment. I am that “Old School” artist that you say doesn’t exist and it burnse up every time I hear some idiot say, where are the positive hip hop artist? We are right here being ignored by you!!!
    So do yourself a favor and go MakLegend.Com and LISTEN to some real hip hop. Not 1 song and pass judgment, no hit the play all button and let me express truly what’s benn missing. God Bless!

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  13. Insomemaze November 18, 2013 at 11:45 am

    The BlackMan must be re-directed! These young Brotha’s need to llook at The BlackMan(State of Emergency) on Youtube. We have to stop this evil!

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