Chief Keef and Katy Perry have traded tweets over “Hate Being Sober.” This began after Perry spoke about the track, saying it caused her to have “serious doubt for the world.” Keef then threatened to slap the singer and promised a new song titled “Katy Perry.”

Soon after, Keef expressed his feelings about her opinion.

Perry followed up by clarifying her stance, noting that she didn’t know it was his track “in particular” and that she mainly wanted to make a comment about drug abuse. 

This isn’t the first time Keef has threatened critics of his work via Twitter. In 2012, Keef did the same to Lupe Fiasco. Fiasco spoke about him by saying, “Chief Keef scares me. Not him specifically, but just the culture that he represents, specifically in Chicago. And I don’t speak this about any other city because I’m not from there. But like my family lives in Chicago. So my nephews, my cousins, my friends, and my peoples they all in those hoods that he represents. When you drive through Chicago…The hoodlums, the gangsters, and the ones you see killing each other. And the murder rate in Chicago is skyrocketing and you see who’s doing it and perpetrating it, they all look like Chief Keef.” Following this, Keef tweeted that he would “smack” Fiasco.

UPDATE: Chief Keef has now apologized for his threatening remarks to Katy Perry, following her own explanation.

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