Chief Keef Told his Twitter Followers to Vandalize Minneapolis Home
Chief Keef may have been relatively quiet for a few months, but the controversial Chicago rapper recently got himself into one strange situation on social media. Keef told his 1.1 million Twitter followers to vandalize a Minneapolis, Minnesota home.
“Throw eggs and s--t in a bag and rocks and all that at this address Ima repost it," he tweeted, before the post was deleted later. According to reports, a large number of fans began posting photos and videos of the house on social media as they were riding by the home.
The three college-age women who live in the house told Minneapolis’ Eyewitness 5 News that they aren't connected to Chief Keef and don't know why he had an issue with their house. They believe he was targeting the wrong address.
"I'm fearing for my safety," one of the women told Minneapolis’ Eyewitness 5 News. "I have two other roommates that aren't able to come home tonight because of this, and it's not going to end tonight. Social media goes on forever. You could re-tweet this in four months and throw eggs at my house."
The woman, identified as "Ashley," criticized Keef for his actions.
"You have a lot of say in what goes on in the world, being so famous, that this is just kind of sickening in what you do with your time, and if you're going to put a hit on a house, you make sure that they live there."
"They might Have the Police looking for me," Keef later tweeted.