Fredo Santana doesn’t have his high school diploma, but he ironically is helping young people march on to a cap and gown.
A fan drew inspiration from Fredo Kruger’s song “Up Them Poles” for her class assignment. The student pasted clips of the song’s lyrics onto a sheet of a paper and provided a brief explanation on what the lyrics meant to her.
“Did my project on Fredo Santana,” she wrote.
Fredo’ cousin Chief Keef is also inspiring student’s assignments.
A young fan in Ontario, Canada cited Sosa’s “Love No Thotties” single during his literacy test.
The student’s writing task was to use specific details when describing a song of special meaning.
The student’s essay read:
“It’s meaningful to me because you can’t love, trust, feed a thot especially not make her feel welcome at your crib. In God we trust thots we lust. #OBlock #3hunna I Don’t Love No Thot
Chief Keef was appreciative of the gesture and posted a snapshot of the essay to his IG.
“Someone’s Essay At School Tho!” the caption on his post read.
The term thot has its origins in Chicago.
Chief Keef previously defined thot on Twitter.
“Thot = That H-- Over There Thots = Them H--- Over There,” he wrote.
Chief Keef occasionally uses the term in his music.
In “My N-----,” Chief Keef raps, “B*tch, I got a lot of f*cking thots.”
Chief Keef’s past thot anthems include “Love No Thotties” and “Lots Of Thots.” Chief Keef latest ode to these women is “Thots Gone Krazy.”
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