During a live interview, Ramsay spoke on playing it safe by calling cops to handle their situation and also talked about potential motives for Keef’s attack.
“The response has been that I’m a rat and I’m a snitch but I think the new generation is completely lost where we think that – if somebody comes in and robs me, beats me up and hits me with [a weapon] that I should go retaliate with violence. Well, that’s stupid – I’m a college-educated kid. … There could be a couple motives. One, I’ve produced music for people he doesn’t like, for gangs that he doesn’t like.” (TMZ Live)
A few days ago, Keef allegedly posted $500,000 bail bond and flexed his freedom on Instagram.
Last week, Ramsay defended calling the cops on Chief Keef after allegedly getting assaulted by him.
A couple days prior, buzz developed about the jaw-dropping arrest.
Keef was arrested for robbery and assault after he and armed associates allegedly assaulted former producer Ramsay Tha Great in his home. According to TMZ, “Keef and one other individual” were taken into custody. In a shot from the local television news, fellow Glo Gang rapper Tadoe can be seen being taken into custody by law enforcement alongside Keef. (Pitchfork)