Cash Money/Young Money rapper Drake looks to have endorsed Chief Keef for his latest song "Love Sosa." The co-signing of the song and video came via Drake's twitter, apparently.
According to Drake, the song has had more than 130 plays over the last three days.
Chief Keef born Keith Cozart 17, gained attention for his song "I Don't Like" which was remixed by Kanye West and later gained him a record deal with Interscope. Recently the teen rapper hasn't been getting the best of light with those who feel he is promoting the wrong ideas which consist of promoting negative messages with his music and gang violence.
Rapper and lyricist Lupa Fiasco who recently had a feud with Chief Keef due to a interview with Baltimore's 92Q in September expressed his thoughts about Chief Keef.
"Chief Keef scares me, Not him specifically, but just the culture that he represent," stated Fiasco.
After Chief Keef got word on Lupe Fiasco's thoughts about wanting to better the crime ridden areas in Chicago, Chief Keef threatened the artist.
"Lupe fiasco a hoe ass n-gg-, And wen I see him I'ma smack him like da lil bitch he is #300," tweeted Chief Keef.
From words of the Internet, Chief Keef has been disrespecting established artists and even gained criticism for allegedly laughing at the death of a rival rapper Joseph "Lil JoJo" Coleman.
A tweet which came from Chief Keef's twitter account said, "Its Sad Cuz Dat N---- Jojo Wanted to Be Jus Like Us #LMAO."
Meanwhile, Drake isn't the first to co-sign Chief Keef. Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson stated he likes Chief Keef due to his street feel and hard edge.
And on the note of Lupe Fiasco vs Chief Keef, 50 Cent believes that what Lupe stated, he didn't say those things about Chief Keef but about the actual element and the environment.