Rapper Chief Keef is increasingly becoming a popular fixture in the Chicago music scene. Chief Keef, born Keith Cozart, grew up in the neighborhood around 64th Street and King Drive, but spent much time at his grandmother’s home in the southern end of Washington Park.
The “Don’t Like” rapper can be heard occasionally referencing #300 (3 Hunna) on his tracks. “3 Hunna” is gang numeric code for the Black Disciples, a notorious and violent street gang in Chicago.
Fellow Chicago rapper Rockie Fresh has also been making a lot of noise on the Hip-Hop music scene. Like Chief Keef, the Maybach Music Group artist also proudly reps the Windy City.
But Chief Keef took to Twitter to question whether the “So Gone” rapper is even from his hometown.
“Somebody tell me how is Rockie Fresh from Chicago?” he wrote. “Wat streets?”
Chief Keef’s question was quickly answered by followers on Twitter.
“Aw he from Kedzie ok ok ok,” he wrote.
It appears a potentially hometown beef was quickly quelled before it escalated further. Now we learned something new Chief Keef doesn’t like.
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