A week ago Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco expressed his views on the high crimes due to gun violence in Chicago. During an interview in Baltimore. Fiasco mentioned another Chicago rapper Chief Keef saying the young emcee scares him.
"Not him specifically, but just the culture that he represents," Lupe said.
"When you drive through Chicago the hoodlums, the gangsters, and the ones you see killing each other and the murder rate in Chicago is sky rocketing and you see who's doing it and perpetrating it, they all look like Chief Keef," Fiasco added.
In response to Lupe, Chief Keef took his comments to Twitter calling Fiasco out his name and making threats.
"Lupe Fiasco is a hoe ass nigga and when I see him I'm a smack him like da lil bitch he is #300," Keef posted.
Following Keef's tweets Lupe posted what was believed to be in response to Keef's previous post.
"I have spoken peace only to receive vitriol and malice in return," Lupe tweeted.
Chief Keef is a menace to society. What some fail to realize is just because he's in the music industry doesn't mean his personal life is going to change. It's a shame that a person like Lupe can't express his concerns about the violence in Chicago without being verbally attacked and threatened. That just shows the lack of maturity Chief Keef has.