The fact that he's affiliated is precisely the reason I DON'T listen to this kid. I'm in here just to stay up on things and to see what all the hype is about with this kid. I honestly I don't see/hear why dude is being gassed up so much. The fact that our youth is drawn to this kid is enough to make MLK weep. I just don't get the fascination with such negative sh*t. Doesn't do anything but promote more negativity.
The difference between him and say KDot is that one encourages/promotes gang involvement/further destruction of black youth in general (not that blacks are the only youth that matters, just fact) and the other is delivering a tale of past gang affiliation almost autobiographically but not really glorifying it.
i get that, but the point of my post was sayin, he cant really turn his back on sh*t that got him to where is at a point to make it.
Yeah, Keef def aint on some positive sh*t, but its a reality whats goin on in Chicago right now, and been going on.
because in all actuality i know this rap game is smoke & mirror's, So what do I care if a rapper is affiliated with gang-life or not?
Am I liking his music or him?
I could care less if the dude is a "gangster" or not, if a kat (male or female) makes dope music then THAT's what Im judging.
lmao, I don't know nothing bout no BD, #300, OBlock or none of that, and not interested in that.
Thats you though, Im talking about the masses, the youth, the sheep. sh*t even me to a certain extent, would i have even heard of him, without his affiliations?
The people eat that sh*t up. They hear about the violence in Chicago, and Keef is a dude claiming gangs there, talkin that talk, and people love it.
Just as a comparison, when I first heard how to Rob by 50, I was like cool, funny song, okay.
Then when they said a few months later, dude got shot 9 times, I was like damn, lemme see what he talking about.
Corny of me, maybe, but thats how it is.