Chief Keef has been known to come up with hot one-liners in songs to turn his listeners up. Chief Keef’s phrases are now being used to spew hate speech. This was the case for students at Lowell High School in Massachusetts, according to addictinginfo.org.
Lowell High School senior Anye Nkimbeng was the victim of a hate attack after being elected class president, The Boston Globe reports. The election of Nkimbeng, who is black, infuriated a many white classmates who sent of a series of racially insensitive text messages that spilled onto Twitter.
Thirteen students sent out racially charged messages in a group text conversation titled “We Love Black People” that featured the Sosa-inspired phrase, “I’m just nervous about out graduation speech with him ‘Yo my n*****r this year was mad lit my n****r ayyeeee 3hunna every black person in our grade are standing up yearling AYEEEE and twerking.”
Nkimbeng told WCVB-TV he was “shocked, hurt and disappointed” after learning of the hateful messages.
Six students have since been suspended over the racist messages.
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Chief Keef ‘3Hunna’ Phrase Used In Racist Text Messages To Black Student
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