The third installment of Noisey’s six part documentary, Chiraq, gives viewers a bit of context of when it was shot. Here, we see Chief Keef and his Glory Boyz Entertainment clique during a trip to New York City summer of 2013.
Prior to that segment, Keef’s manager Idris “Peeda Pan” Abdul Wahid had some words for the rap star’s detractors. “Don’t just single out Chief Keef. Don’t single out a 17-year-old boy,” he said. “Oh, you’re using him because he’s going to get you a lot of notoriety because he’s the one that’s popping right now.”
When the Chicago rapper received camera time, he wasn’t in much of a talking mood. Instead, we learn more about Keef based on his interactions with GBE members like Fredo Santana. This is when he seems most at ease and comfortable to say the least.