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Say it like that.”In fact, on July 27, he announced on Twitter that he plans to run for mayor. “These problems were here way before Chief Keef was popular,” he says. It’s an endless cycle and it’s set up that way.”Chicago’s murder rate dropped in 2014 to 456 homicides from its 2012 peak of 514, but the city continues to be one of the most gang-afflicted in the country: So far in 2015, there have been nearly 300 homicides.
While Keef’s lyrics are undoubtedly explicit, Northeastern University associate professor and longtime Chicago community activist Lance Williams says Keef is unfairly targeted as a scapegoat for the city’s violence.
His songs regularly glorify guns and murder (“Pistol to his throat/ Blow this motherfucker, he gone choke,” he raps on “Faneto”), and he knows what he raps: Keef has a long criminal record that includes drug and felony gun charges, along with parole violations.
Both his cousin, Big Glo, and, on July 11, 22-year-old Marvin Carr, an associate of the rapper’s better-known as Capo, were victims of gun violence in the Chicago streets.
To that end, Keef and his team -- which now includes Greek billionaire heir Alki David, who recently signed Keef to a two-album deal with his company, Film On.
TV, after Interscope Records dropped the rapper in October 2014 -- attempted to stage a benefit concert in Chicago for the families of both Capo and 13-month-old Dillan Harris, who was killed by an automobile as Capo’s alleged shooters fled police.
It’s crazy.” He has harsher, more-colorful words when asked for his opinion of Emanuel: “If you ask me, man, f--- the mayor with a sandpaper dick! I’m skeptical that the mayor could show that.”Chief Keef’s manager, Idris Dykes, a.k.a Peeda Pan, says Keef has been unfairly relegated to the role of Chicago’s resident “demon” and is being blamed for promoting gang violence of which the manager believes is not only systemic and institutionalized but long pre-dates Keef.
Few, however, have heard of Ramsay tha Great so far. A.-based producer and singer at the center of the allegations has one song up on Apple Music and Spotify, the self-released "Right Now," a slow-burning R&B cut, and has several more on his Soundcloud.
He's also produced tracks for Chicago rapper Chaboki ("In the Go"), who he has allegedly beefed with in the past, as well as Famous Dex and Rich the Kid ("Drugs In me") and has collaborated with Soulja Boy.
Chicago officials, however, weren’t buying Keef’s message of renunciation. We don’t want to invite the possibility of some of the gangs that are terrorizing Chicago right now to come to Northwest Indiana.”Chief Keef Previews 'Bang 3,' Says Big Glo's Death 'Told Me 'You Gotta Grow Up''However, Hammond’s decision to shut down Keef’s performance could come with legal consequences.
Under pressure from Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s office -- which issued a statement calling Keef “an unacceptable role model” whose music “promotes violence,” and that the hologram performance “posed a significant public safety risk” -- the benefit was promptly canceled, and after multiple attempts to find a venue in the city, ultimately shoehorned into Indiana’s already scheduled Craze Fest. “That seems to me an example of a First Amendment violation,” says Northwestern University constitutional law professor John Mc Ginnis.
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