News: Chief Keef Threatens Katy Perry: "Dat B***h Can Suck Skin Off My D**k, I'll Smack The Sh*t Out Her"

Thursday, May 23, 2013 6:54PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Chicago rapper Chief Keef has lashed out at pop singer Katy Perry just a couple days after she posted a tweet about his song "Hate Being Sober."

Rather than hit Perry up personally, Chief went off on the singer and even threatened to assault her.

"Dat b*tch Katy Perry Can Suck Skin Off Of my D*ck," Keef tweeted May 23rd.
"Ill Smack The Sh*t out her ?"
"New Song Katy Perry Coming Soon" (Chief Keef's Twitter)

The tweets reportedly came from Katy questioning Keef's "Hate Being Sober" track.

"Just heard a new song on the radio called "I hate being sober" I now have serious doubt for the world.," she tweeted May 21st. (Katy Perry's Twitter)

While Chief may not rock with Katy, Maybach Music Group's Wale gushed over her this past winter.

"[The red carpet] was incredible. I got a chance to walk with my brother Meek [Mill]. You gotta realize with stuff like this, you're representing hip-hop culture. They don't pick all of us so we do our best to represent the culture the best way we can. There were a lot of people on that red carpet. I saw J.Lo, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Katy Perry, ahhh! I never dated a white girl before in my life, but that is one beautiful girl! I'm still thinking about it. As a rapper, I pride myself on my imagination: She left a lot to my imagination, and my imagination completely ran wild. She looked incredible." (MTV)

Last year, Bad Boy Records rapper Red Cafe revealed his interest in sharing the microphone with Perry.

"I listen to Sade. I'm a big Prince fan. Their melodies triggers things that make me feel like maybe I can do something like that," he revealed. "[If I could collab with any pop artist?] I like Katy Perry. I think we'd make a hot record. [Celebrity crushes?] Zoe Saldana is hot. I like clever, not slick women. I'm very easily turned off." (Global Grind)

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