Chief Keef may seem like the poster child for Chiraq, but the rapper doesn't want to be associated with it.

According to Kollege Kidd, Keef took to Twitter this weekend to air out his frustrations with the city and the violence that inspired the ironic "Chiraq" term.

"I ain't from Chiraq I from Chicaglo," he tweeted. "I left after I made them who they are today"
He also shared his disappointment in the city.

"Our City Hates Eachother."

Fans have been waiting for the rapper to make his own version of Nicki Minaj's "Chiraq." The single has been remixed by Meek Mill, Lil Durk, Tyga, G-Count and more.

See what he had to say about making a remix above.

Source: Kollege Kidd