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  • Keef inspired most of my favorite rappers, but his influence bringing drill culture has just been super negative and destructive.

    Nowadays murder is the #1 motivation to youngins. Crime has always been around but it was usually over money or women. Now they just killing so they can rap how they smoking their opps.

    Keef is one of the most influential figures ever but is that really a good thing?

  • Aug 5
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    I can't put it on Chief Keef it was bound to happen

  • This thread should be fun

  • Aug 5
    1 reply

    what?

  • Trying too hard on this one man

  • Aug 5
    1 reply

    hip hop is inextricably connected with street life and co, to pin it all on one artist would be absolutely moronic

  • Aug 5
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    Yeah but his music makes me happy so who cares

  • Aug 5
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    Gonna hijack this thread to say Charleston White is correct about literally everything he says when it comes to these rappers

  • Aug 5
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    Drill culture would have happened with or without Keef. We can't pin down an entire culture of crime, glorifying violence and machismo on Keef. You can't even blame rap for it. It's more complex than that.

  • Aug 5
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    SHAQUILLE

    Gonna hijack this thread to say Charleston White is correct about literally everything he says when it comes to these rappers

    Of course he is

    Anyone who disagrees is a street nigga d*** rider or a c**

  • gamebreaker

    Of course he is

    Anyone who disagrees is a street nigga d*** rider or a c**

    The headlines and one of quotes are crazy but then when you actually listen to the full clip he鈥檚 breaking down the issue w 100% truth no filter

  • if you trace it back, Keef is the reason Kanye played a song about GDs during his album (about his mom)鈥檚 listening party

  • r/hiphopheads

  • Aug 5
    4 replies

    I know people wouldn't usually rap this
    But I got the facts to back this
    Just last year, Chicago had over 600 caskets
    Man killing's some wack s***
    Oh I forgot except for when niggas is rappin'

  • Aug 5
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  • Raiden

    I know people wouldn't usually rap this
    But I got the facts to back this
    Just last year, Chicago had over 600 caskets
    Man killing's some wack s***
    Oh I forgot except for when niggas is rappin'

  • Aug 5
    2 replies

    bladee and black kray

  • Aug 5
    4 replies

    theyre going to hate this one.

    i would like an explanation of his influence though cause everyone always gassing his influence, but ive never really heard an explanation for it

  • Aug 5
    4 replies

    You can't blame it on Keef when there's Durk, Lil Reese, FBG Duck, Lil Mister, Jojo, and all of them other guys that were big in 2012

  • Equifax

    bladee and black kray

    Both of them exist because of Viper tho

  • Equifax

    bladee and black kray

    It's bladee's fault really he was the first person to mention putting opps in a pack

  • Aug 5
    2 replies

    Just wait until OP finds out about Ice T and NWA

  • here we go

  • Aug 5
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    Chief Keef was a young, lost African American youth who during his lowest moment woke up to reality. For you to blame the mishaps of the community on him is very bad as that young black man grew up in the span of 2 years all in the limelight. He left Chicago by 2014 and exited gang life after Big Glo, his cousins, death.
    Go look at your mayor and city officials if you want to start throwing blame at the failing of community

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