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Chief Keef Lesson Plan At Chicago Elementary School Sparks Outrage; Girls Twerk In Class To Music



Chief Keef is again the center of controversy after he was included in a lesson plan at a South Side Chicago elementary school, according to DNAInfo.com. Katrina Sanders, the mother of a student at John Fiske Elementary, was outraged that her son was quizzed on material pertaining to Sosa.



Ms. Sanders posted a 45-minute long video onto YouTube expressing her disappointment the school’s curriculum.

“I am a radical about my house! You watch the movie ‘Empire?’ I’m worse than Cookie!” she said.

The quiz questions on Chief Keef included the Glo Gang frontman’s legal woes from his teen years.

“Where was he placed on house arrest?” reads one question. Another question reads, “Who shot Chief Keef when he was 16?”

The substitute teacher – who has not been identified – included lesson plans comparing the biographies of different musicians, including Tyga, Fetty Wap, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna.



Sanders told DNAInfo.com her son came home with questions about the Illuminati and was nervous and scared about the material, which she said included handouts with profanity.

“He said, ‘Mama, the girls are squeezing their cheeks together and twerking in class,'” Sanders said.

A Chicago Public School spokeswoman told Chicago Sun Times Fiske Principal Cynthia Miller was unaware of the questionable subject matter.

“This inappropriate project was immediately suspended by the principal as soon as she learned about it. While teachers have flexibility in making assignments, CPS requires them to provide age-appropriate material in the classroom,” spokeswoman Emily Bittner said.

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