One word: Wow. Lurking inside each of these women- a desire to inflict harm or sue Chief Keef. It takes a huge heart to forgive this stunt. Sure, he is a beloved rapper to millions. He is notorious for creating trap anthems that are addictive to listen to, but ultimately, he left them homeless. How? Well, that’s easy to explain, sort of.
Somehow, the rap star told his legion of followers to vandalize a particular house, for no reason whatsoever on twitter. As a result, they did. Not cool, we know. This is kind of sad to watch overall. Imagine coming home from work or school, and realizing your house was chosen randomly for vandalism. Check out the full report below.
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