People love to talk a lot of mess on Twitter and on a rap song, but when your Granny comes out and says you aint about that life, well that's that ish Chief Keef don't like.

Check out what his Grandma said about him inside. 

 

According to Margaret "Granny" Carter, Chicago rapper Cheif Keef's rap persona is far from his actual self.

"Let's be real, I'm always saying, 'Cut that down, turn that off, that's too loud' when he's doing all that music," Carter said. "And girls is his thing. Girls, girls, girls. I get sick of all them girls." All Chief Keef's bad-boy bluster -- and the police investigation into his gang ties regarding Coleman's murder -- "ain't nothing but bull stuff," Carter said. "How can he be doing all that gang stuff when he's always home and when he's not at home he's out of town with me or his uncle. . . . And where's this gang at? In my kitchen? In my basement? Where they at? In my refrigerator where he go all the time?" Carter said, referring her grandson's regular routine around the house. "Look, I'm granny. That's what they call me and I didn't grow up with none of that mess. That don't go in my god---- house." (Sun-Times)