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Lupe Fiasco is known to be socially conscious in his music which has gained him worldwide recognition, but all that may come to an end following a Twitter exchange with fellow Chicago native and rapper Chief Keef.
The tension between Fiasco and Keef started last week Wednesday following the murder of Lil Jojo, a local Chicago rapper.
Fiasco was asked about his opinion about what he thought about Chief Keef in an interview with Baltimore radio station, 92Q.
Fiasco stated, “Chief Keef scares me…Not him specifically, but just the culture that he represents. The murder rate in Chicago is skyrocketing, and you see who’s doing it and perpetrating it, they all look like Chief Keef,” according to Chicago Tribune.
Chief Keef responded back to Fiasco via his Twitter account calling him a “hoe” and that when he sees him he’s going to smack him.
Fiasco took to his Twitter account to vent about the events that transpired and attempted to make peace with Keef.
According to MTV, Fiacso tweeted,
“ This album (Food & Liquor II: The Greatest American Rap Album Pt. 1 ) will probably be my last…it’s been a pleasure to have all my fans provide so much love and inspiration for me and my family. My first true love was literature so I will return to that…lupe fiasco ends here…”