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Chief Keef Kicked Off Instagram For Posting Blowjob Photo

By Samantha Abernethy in Arts & Entertainment on Sep 17, 2012 8:40PM

Teen rapper Chief Keef was kicked off the photo sharing site Instagram yesterday after he posted a photo of himself receiving a blow-job. The woman was not identified, and her face is not visible in the photo. Vibe said the photo "showed a groupie giving the 17-year-old rapper head." Chief Keef's Instagram photos (including the one in question) are still visible through his Twitter page, but Instagram has canceled the rapper's account and clicking to it brings up a "Page not found" error.

We were going to link to the photo, but then we remembered Chief Keef is 17 years old. You can hunt it down yourself if you're so inclined, but even though there aren't private parts visible, that still might be child pornography.

Chief Keef sure knows how to use social media to cause a scene. Keef also used his Twitter account to argue with fellow Chicagoan rapper Lupe Fiasco. In an interview, Fiasco said, “Chief Keef scares me. Not him specifically, but just the culture that he represents.” Keef responded on Twitter:

Fiasco then announced that his heart is broken and that this album is likely his last. Keef and Fiasco exchanged words publicly on Twitter, mostly cordial ones. But at the same time Keef was quieting this social media throwdown, he did something that came under criticism from just about everyone. Keef sent this tweet that seemingly mocked a rival rapper's death.

Keef later claimed his account had been hacked, and he later sent some tweets expressing his condolences.

Well, Keef didn't exactly sign off. He's tweeted quite a few times since, and he's been posting a lot of photos to Instagram. They weren't all blow-jobs, but there was a lot of money and some crystal skull vodka.