The decisions Keith Cozart, a.k.a. Chief Keef, makes are often capricious. One only need to glance at the news that he’d named his son after his record label’s website.
Keef’s latest head-scratching move comes in the form of an tweet he published recently. The now-deleted post listed the address for a random house in Minneapolis, Minn., and instructions for his followers to “throw eggs and sh*t in a bag and rocks and all that at this address.” Obviously, this was not well-received by the tenants of the house nor the local police.
According to a televised story on KSTP-5 in Minneapolis, three college-aged women live at the home and claim no connection to the Chicago rapper. One of the women, who goes by Ashley in the report, says she is “fearing for her safety.” The segment also mentions that people had been driving by the house taking pictures and videos to publish on social media.
There had been no reports of vandalism at the time of the segment. Keef has since deleted the Tweet and provided no reason for the original post.