Chief Keef is only 17-years-old. But that’s not stopping the controversial Chicago rapper from weighing in on the upcoming presidential election. Keef is backing President Barack Obama for re-election.
The “I Don’t Like” act tweeted out support for the POTUS. “I love Obama,” he posted yesterday of his fellow Chi-Town representative.
Keef then offered his thoughts on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “#VoteBarackFromDaBlock http://instagr.am/p/RNxcv0yQRe/," tweeted the Interscope street rhymer, linking an image of the Prez giving the Roc sign with the Jay-Z nod, ‘99 Problems But Mitt Ain’t One.’”
Indeed, President Obama has received a bevy of celebrity endorsements ranging from Katy Perry to the aforementioned Jigga. But Chief Keef’s stamp may not be as welcomed. The rising star, who has been arrested for allegedly pulling out a gun at a police officer, has become the poster boy for the violent Chicago Drill Music scene. –Keith Murphy (@murphdogg29)