Chief Keef is again on blast his social networking. The rapper who is under investigation for his taunting tweets about the death of a rap rival, has now violated Instagram with lewd pictures.

The Chicago rapper reportedly posted a picture to his Instagram account on Sunday that involved himself and a woman performing a sexual act. When Instagram removed the picture, Keef didn’t downplay his role or apologize. Instead, he went to Twitter to call out Instagram, bringing more attention to his action.

“F**k Instagram,” he tweeted. “Dey took my s**t again. #300”

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Keef made headlines in early September when he tweeted messages about rap rival Lil JoJo, who was murdered in a drive by shooting. The authorities investigated Keef for his tweets and to see what connection he had to the deceased rapper. Keef later said his account was hacked and denied the taunting tweets were his.

“Man, been thinkin bout this chicago street s*** a lot. My prayers go out 2 Jojo’s family on their loss,” Keef said in a September 8 tweet that has since been deleted. The 17-year-old then repeated his past claim that his Twitter account was hacked and said he is shocked that his name has even been mentioned in the investigation. “I didn’t know him but he young just like me,” Keef posted. “I can assure everyone that I had nothing to do with this tragedy tho. My twitter account was hacked.”

As previously reported by CBS Local, Chicago police are looking into whether or not 18-year-old JoJo’s murder had anything to do with a feud with Chief Keef and his crew, dubbed #300 Squad—a set affiliated with Chicago’s Black Disciples gang.
E. Parker, CBS Local


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