It's still unclear whether or not Chief Keef directed those tweets at Lupe Fiasco that caused so much uproar last week (since he claims his account was hacked) but either way, Lupe is ready to put an end to this fallout. During a show in Toronto this week he shouted out his fellow Chicago rapper, and apologized for previous comments that might've triggered the reaction.
Lupe was quoted as saying, "Chief Keef scares me...not him specifically, but just the culture that he represents…" but he has since had a change of heart.
"I'm far from where I wanna be, I'm far from being a stand-up human being, I'm far from being a knowledgeable and wise young man as well," Lupe said in Toronto this week. "I'm somewhere in the middle. I ain't no saint, but with that said, I love my brother. I want to see him succeed and do his thing, and that goes for everybody anywhere everywhere in the world. Shout out to the big homie Chief Keef."
Hopefully, things get more positive from here on in. Chicago native No I.D. recently weighed in on the situation, telling MTV News, "It's a lot of pressure right now in our city. It's a lot of crime, it's a lot of need for opportunity to make a quality life for ourselves. I think we gotta let the emotions die over, I think we gotta bring the situation to a head," No I.D. said . "We're in this together. It's a lot of sad things that are occurring every day. Some things are involved in rap and some things are not involved in rap, and we don't get to see them all."