Chief Keef’s ill-advised decision to tweet out a Minneapolis address has proven to backfire.
Sosa told followers to “throw eggs and sh*t in a bag and rocks” at a home in North Minneapolis.
The targeted address was discovered to belong to three college women, according to Minneapolis’ Eyewitness 5 News.
Resident Ashley told Fox 9 Minneapolis she is homeless and currently living out of her car.
“It’s really not safe to be in the neighborhood anymore. There’s a lot of suspicious activity going on and it’s not in our best interest to put ourselves in harm’s way,” she said.
Ashley’s next-door neighbor David alleges the social media hoopla led to him being robbed at gunpoint.
“It’s heavier than just their little tweets someone types with their hands. You got all these knuckleheads running around looking for their five second of fame,” he said.
Sosa knew his tweet might have gotten him in trouble.
He wrote, “They might Have the Police looking for me.”
They might Have the Police looking for me
— AlmightySo (@ChiefKeef) January 29, 2016
Ashley is now looking to relocate.
“For someone to be so influential over a million followers, it saddens me that you would take time out of our day to screw up someone else’s life, and not even making sure it’s the person you want to screw with,” she said.