Chief Keef made a guest feature in Fredo Santana’s “My N-----” and professed his affiliation to the notorious Black Disciples street gang, rapping, “O’ Block and 300, we comin’/Them the hoods, and I been there since a youngin.”
Chief Keef, whose birth name is Keith Cozart, hails from Parkway Gardens on the South Side of Chicago. The low-income housing project is a stronghold for the Black Disciples and the birthplace of O’Block.
A photo surfaced online corroborating Keef’s claims of being from O’ Block since a youngin.
In the photo, Keef can be seen throwing up 300 with a friend.
This photo puts to rest all speculation of whether is from O’Block or not.
“IM NOTHING ELSE B---- I AM OBLOCK,” Keef wrote on Twitter.
Listen to Chief Keef’s “3Hunna” below
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