Teenage Chicago rapper Chief Keef may have be in the middle of a controversy involving murder, disrespect and gang affiliations, but his grandma, Margaret Carter, said none of his gangbanger persona is the real deal.
“Let’s be real, I’m always saying, ‘Cut that down, turn that off, that’s too loud’ when he’s doing all that music,” Carter told the Chicago Sun-Times. “And girls is his thing. Girls, girls, girls. I get sick of all them girls.”
“How can he be doing all that gang stuff when he’s always home and when he’s not at home he’s out of town with me or his uncle. . . . And where’s this gang at? In my kitchen? In my basement? Where they at? In my refrigerator where he go all the time?” Carter added. “Look, I’m granny. That’s what they call me and I didn’t grow up with none of that mess. That don’t go in my god—- house.”
And Granny says that Keef even kept his cousins on the right path.
“He says, ‘You don’t have to do what you doing,'” Carter said. “And they say, ‘My little cousin pulled me out of the street.'”
“I be on his a** all the time. I’m on his a– now,” she said. “I tell him, ‘Things will not go right if you don’t do it right.'”