Chief Keef Disses New Rappers, Calls Them 'Gay' and Slams Their 'Colored Hair'

SAN BERNADINO, CA - SEPTEMBER 07: Chief Keef performs during Rock the Bells 2013 at the San Manuel Amphitheater on September 7, 2013 in San Bernadino, California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)

Chief Keef Disses New Rappers, Calls Them 'Gay' and Slams Their 'Colored Hair'

Are Lil Yachty and Uzi Vert the target of this?

Published October 7, 2016

It seems like beef is popping up everywhere these days. Aside from the 10-sided beef Meek Mill’s gotten himself into, it just seems rappers are a little more disgruntled lately.

Take Chief Keef for example. What was supposed to be a comeback announcement (BTW he’s making a comeback) turned into a headline-grabbing rant about how some newer rappers are “f****t a** n****s” doing “gay a** s**t,” referring to their “colored hair.”

“All these f****t a** n****s rapping today?” he said in a profanity-laced video. “Shaking they booties and all that gay a** s**t? Until 2017, that’s how long they got … on my kids, on blood.”

When it comes to the “colored hair” comment he made in accompanying his displeasure with newer rappers, he’s most likely referring to Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty, who both either have their hair dyed or wear colored beads in their hair. The Chicago rapper didn’t mention any names, however, so it’s all speculation at this point.

Hopefully Chief Keef limits his aggression to the studio and avoids trouble. Lord knows he doesn’t need any more of that. Listen to what he had to say in full about newer rappers and his comeback below.

Written by Paul Meara

(Photo: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)


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