Chief Keef Explains Why He Doesn’t Allow Women In His Music Videos In ‘Peep Hole’

Women apparently aren’t allowed in Chief Keef’s hyper-masculinated music videos, according to the Interscope artist’s song “Peep Hole.”

Keef fans may have noticed that the “I Don’t Like” rarely features women in his visuals.

Women, Keef explained, are thirsty and want to use him to build their rep.

In “Peep Hole,” Sosa raps, “All these h--- thirsty, no they can’t kick it doe/These h--- just want credit that’s why ain’t none in my videos/I rather have my ‘migos, three zero zero.”

Keef would much rather keep his GBE 3Hunna squad around him.

It appears Keef is sticking to the code “Homie Over H---.”

Listen to Chief Keef’s “Peep Hole” below

Check out The Boondock’s Gangstalicious’ “Homies Over H---” song below

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