Chief Keef In Trouble After Telling 1.1 Million Followers To Vandalize Minneapolis Home

Chief Keef is in hot water for calling on his more than a million followers to vandalize a home in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Friday.

Sosa told followers to “throw eggs and sh*t in a bag and rocks” at a home in North Minneapolis.

Sosa’s tweet, however, appears to be a misunderstanding after it was discovered the home belongs to three college women, according to Minneapolis’ Eyewitness 5 News.

“I’m fearing for my safety,” resident Ashley told Minneapolis’ Eyewitness 5 News. “I have two other roommates that aren’t able to come home tonight because of this, and it’s not going to end tonight. Social media goes on forever. You could re-tweet this in four months and throw eggs at my house.”

Many of Sosa’s followers posted snapshots and video of the women’s home onto social media.

Minneapolis police guarded the women’s home for hours to make sure there was no vandalism. They advised the women who lived there to stay somewhere else to be safe.

Ashley had a few words for Sosa.

“You have a lot of say in what goes on in the world, being so famous, that this is just kind of sickening in what you do with your time, and if you’re going to put a hit on a house, you make sure that they live there,” she said.

Sosa knew his tweet might have gotten him in trouble.

He wrote, “They might Have the Police looking for me.”