You can take someone out of the hood but you can’t take the hood out of them. Or so I’ve been told.
Last year, Englewood’s very own, Interscope Records recording artist Chief Keef, moved to the north suburban enclave of Northfield.
Apparently, he’s been nothing but trouble ever since. Arrest after arrest along with smoking weed in plain view, loud arguments and wild parties can put someone on the radar of local law enforcement.
One of the teenage rapper’s neighbors gave the Chicago Tribune a typical, delusional suburbanite response to Keef’s presence in their neighborhood.
“We all knew that something bad was going to happen at that house, but I still can’t believe it is happening in my neighborhood,” said the neighbor who wanted to remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation.
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