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Rick Ross Featured In NEW Gangster Disciples Diss Track by Chief Keef - Are you Serious

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Rick Ross may not have picked the best song to be featured in. The Maybach Music Group artist makes a guest feature in Chief Keef’s underground hit song “3Hunna.”


In “3Hunna,” Chief Keef disses Tooka Gang, a faction of the Gangster Disciples. In the song, he raps, “F*ck a Tooka Gang, I let this ruga bang.”


Chief Keef re-released the song on his debut studio album “Finally Rich.”


Rick Ross is currently embroiled in a serious beef with the GDs. The notorious street gang has issued repeated threats to Rick Ross. The GDs are angered by the Maybach Music Group rapper’s use of their six-point star on the album cover for his “Black Bar Mitzvah” mixtape.


In an interview on WEDR-FM 99 JAMZ, Rick Ross told host Felisha Monet he isn’t scared of threats he is receiving from the notorious street gang Gangster Disciples.


“I was just in Chicago a week and a half ago,” he said. “That’s the birthplace of the GDs. And if I can go to Chicago to handle my business like I did, I have no problem going to North Carolina or South Carolina.”


Rick Ross said he isn’t afraid to step in any city.


“If I go to Chicago, I’d go anywhere, so don’t get it twisted,” he said. “When you pull up the footage of me walking out in Chicago on the stage with the chinchilla dragging on the floor, you let me know if that’s the swagger of someone that’s in fear of their life!”


Listen to Chief Keef’s “3Hunna” song below.


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