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Is Chief Keef Taking A Shot At Bobby Shmurda On His New Song?

Sure sounds like it.

Since Bobby Shmurda emerged this summer, many fans and critics have compared his sound and aesthetic to Chief Keef's. And some of the comparisons certainly make sense -- they're both young, exude an aggressive energy and they've both shown the ability to make a catchy song. But on Keef's latest release, it sounds like he may be taking a shot at the 20 year old and his crew.

"I still'll come and rob you for your kilo/ And you know you ain't catch no body 'bout a week ago," the Chicago native raps on "Beetlejuice," which dropped on Wednesday (September 24). The line is a flip on one of the more popular lyrics from Shmurda's breakout, "Hot N---a," where he raps: "Mitch caught a body 'bout a week ago, week ago."

Earlier this month, 50 Cent said the Brooklyn-bred newbie reminded him of Keef. “It’s hard for me not to like it, because it reminds me of Chief Keef,” Fif said in an interview with Hot 97. “It feels like the Drill music that they made. It’s the same energy. It’s a New York version of it.”

Hopefully, Keef and Bobby can hash things out before this goes any further.