Memo to everyone: Don't mess with Chief Keef because he'll majorly overreact and get down right scary.
The 17-year-old rapper is no stranger to criticism, but it seems he just couldn't deal with Katy Perry's distaste for one of his songs.
On Wednesday, the 28-year-old pop star tweeted, "Just heard a new song on the radio called ‘I hate being sober’ I now have serious doubt for the world."
Days after Perry dissed the song, the rapper responded with some choice words:
After Keef threatened to assault the pop star, he then threatened to take things to the studio and record a new track aimed at Perry:
With all those lovely messages Keef had for the singer, Perry realized she clearly didn't want to further antagonize a man who raps about threatening to murder a woman who refuses to perform oral sex on him, and was accused of hiring a hit on a fellow rapper. As such, it's not surprising that Perry quickly apologized for her comments about his song "Hate Being Sober."
It seems like Perry's apology did the trick, because Keef even apologized for his threats as well: