This is super crazy and super scary! Three college-aged girls were forced to leave their apartment after a legion of Chief Keef fans showed up to threaten them! You’ll never believe why Keef told them to do it. Find out, here.
Three college students were put in a very scary situation when Chief Keef, 20, tweeted out their address and told fans to attack their house! His loyal following did as they were told and now the girls are too scared to continue to live there. Find out why he did it, here.
Chief Keef made a HUGE mistake when he sent his legion of loyal fans to the home of three college students to harass them. CK tweeted on Jan. 29 to “throw eggs and s**t in a bag and rocks and all that at this address,” and included the location of a Minneapolis area house, reports TMZ. With 1.1 million followers on Twitter, at least a few people were bound to show up, and they sure did. You can buy Chief Keef’s album RIGHT HERE.
According to one of the three girls that live in the house, dozens of people began appearing outside their home, surrounding them and taking photos and videos. TMZ reports that no one actually threw anything as instructed, but they did make the girls feel very threatened by posting videos of the outside of their home – Keef even retweeted some of them!
So what issue does CK have with three young girls? Apparently it was all one big misunderstanding (kind of.) Chief Keef allegedly has an issue with someone who no longer lives in that building, and mistakenly sent fans there not realizing that they’d moved. However, that doesn’t un-do the damage for the girls, who have gotten frequent visitors and no longer felt they could live safely in the home. TMZ reports the girls have reached out to Chief Keef to ask if he can pay for their unexpected move, but they aren’t looking to sue him for damages.
HollywoodLifers – do you think legal action should be taken against Chief Keef for putting these girls in harms way? Or was it just an innocent mistake? Let us know in the comments below and CLICK HERE for videos.