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Twitter became a battleground for Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco yesterday. He got into a beef with young rapper Chief Keef. After the two rappers exchanged words on the social networking site, Lupe said his next album is going to be his last.

Things jumped off when young Chicago MC Chief Keef got the Twitter beef started when he tweeted, “Lupe Fiasco a hoe a** n***a And wen I see him I’ma smack him like da lil b***h he is #300″

Lupe responded to Chief Keef’s teen angst riddled rant with nothing but love. Lupe Fiasco tried to get Chief Keef to realize nothing good can come of living the street life. Keef was recently slammed by fans and critics for laughing at a rival teen rapper’s murder. Since the incident took place yesterday afternoon, both parties have deleted the tweets. However, Lupe tweeted Keef saying, “I love u lil bruh @ChiefKeef…i really really do from the bottom of my fucking heart.I know that street shit like the back of my hand.”

Fiasco continued, “ive seen it in every way you can possibly imagine and its nothing to be proud of @ChiefKeef it TAKES and TAKES till there is nothing left.”

After Lupe Fiasco and Chief Keef ended their war of words, Lupe went on a tangent about his life and his future plans. Lupe Fiasco shocked fans when he told them he would be retiring from rap music after he released Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Part 1. Fiasco said, “This album will probably be my last…its been a pleasure to have all my fans provide so much love an inspiration for me and my family. My first true love was literature so i will return to that…lupe fiasco ends here…”

Rappers threaten to retire from rap all the time. So nobody really knows if Lupe Fiasco is serious about his intentions. What do you think? Is Lupe Fiasco really about that retiring-from-rap life?


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