Chief Keef has made some massive bad decisions in his short career, but admitting to murder might just take the cake.
The Chicago teen is being accused of disguising his criminal confession surrounding the shooting death of rival, Joseph "Lil JoJo" Coleman in rhyme.
From News One:
Interscope artist, Chief Keef (BigGucciSosa300), has continuously denied any involvement in the murder of rival, Lil JoJo (#OsoarrogantENT), born Joseph Coleman, who was gunned down at 18-years-old just hours after a brewing street war spilled over into social media. But if lyrics found in two songs on his recently released debut album, 'Finally Rich,' are any indication, that may not be true, according to fans and foe weighing in on Twitter.
In the song “Diamonds,” Keef raps: “Catch you slipping Scottie Pippin one phone call and you hit.”
Lil JoJo's mom has blamed Keef for her son's death, stating that he put a hit out on the youngster. His tweets were also investigated by authorities after he made fun of Coleman on the day of his murder.
Lyrics aren't Keef's only problems, though. He recently moved to a new house in Chicago's ritzy Northbrooj neighborhood. The problem is he neglected to tell his parole officer, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. So now Keef is being sought for yet another parole violation.
Allegations that he'd be so open about killing someone might be a reach, but stranger things have happened. Take a listen to “Diamonds,” below.