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: