Chief Keef Under Fire for Lyrics Threatening Woman For Not Performing Sex Act on Him

Just as the outrage over Rick Ross’ date rape lyrics has begun to die down, another controversial rapper is under fire for misogynistic lyrical content.

Chief Keef recently previewed a song called “You” in which he threatens to murder a women for not performing a sex act on him.

He says: “You ain’t gonna let me f— you, and I feel you / But you gone suck my d— or I’ll kill you”

Petitions Demand Rick Ross, Industry Take Responsibility for Rape Lyrics

In the wake of widespread outrage regarding a Rick Ross lyric making light of date rape, petitions have been launched demanding that the rapper and the music industry take responsibility for his offensive words.

A petition on asks that Ross “publicly apologize for glorifying drugging/raping women.

Meanwhile, a site called has launched a petition of their own (through called “Rape, Ross, and Responsibility #RRR”

CAMPAIGN: Upload A Video Letting Rick Ross Know that RAPE Lyrics will NOT be Tolerated

Yesterday we told you about some deeply troubling lyrics performed by rapper Rick Ross, in which he seems to describe and make light of date rape.

A featured guest on Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O.,” Ross raps: “Put molly all in her champagne, she ain’t even know it. I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it.

In response to these reprehensible lyrics, a campaign has been launched by Mark Anthony Neal, Regina Bradley, Heidi Renee Lewis, David J. Leonard, and Brittney Cooper asking for you to upload a video shaming Rick Ross for such harmful, dangerous words.

These videos will be compiled into a series of two-minute clips and spread far and wide, with the intent to “shame” Rick Ross and others – in the spirit that your mother would shame you for acting a fool.

Emmett Till’s Family Write Open Letter to Lil Wayne

The family of the late Emmett Till have penned an open letter to Lil Wayne.

The letter challenges the Young Money emcee to address the controversy surrounding the lyrics, a and implores him to help educate others on the story of Emmett Till.

Check out an excerpt below.

From Clutch Mag:

Yesterday marked a week since the “unofficial” release of “Karate Chop~remix” inclusive of your lyrics. The words we speak are powerful enough for preservation of life but also have the capacity to destroy it. When you spit lyrics like “Beat that p—-y up like Emmett Till”, not only are you destroying the preservation and legacy of Emmett Till’s memory and name, but the impact of his murder in black history along with degradation of women.