Last week, Chief Keef tweeted out to his 1.1 million followers instructions to throw eggs and rocks at a home in North Minneapolis.
He quickly deleted the Tweet, but the damage was done. His followers started rolling up on the house and taking photos, so Keef would retweet them. The police got involved, parked squad cars out front, and advised the three female art students who live in the home to spend the night elsewhere.
Now the police are gone, but the students are still afraid to go home
"It's really not safe to be in the neighborhood anymore," said Ashley, who now lives in her car. "There's a lot of suspicious activity that's going on, and it's just in our best interest not to put ourselves in harm's way."Ashley's neighbor echoed this, telling Fox 9 that he was robbed at gunpoint on Sunday by thugs he believes came to the neighborhood to check out the Keef house.
Nobody knows why Sosa singled out the residence. Ashley has heard rumors it had something to do with its former tenants and XBox.
Since there was no actual damage to the house, the police aren't pressing charges against Keef. However, the students could sue him in civil court.