Chief Keef Reacts to Clip of Unreleased YoungBoy Never Broke Again Collab

Chief Keef took to social media and responded to a clip of an unreleased song he did with YoungBoy Never Broke Again that surfaced on the internet.

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Chief Keef

A new Chief Keef and YoungBoy Never Broke Again collaboration is liable to set the streets on fire, but unfortunately, one old 2018 track that found the two young rappers linking up did not meet Keef’s expectations.

The Chicago rapper responded to a post by No Jumper highlighting the leaked song that features both rappers spitting.

“This song from 2018 And I don’t like the song and I’m sure Lil folks don’t like it either,” Keef wrote in the comments below the post.

In 2019, YoungBoy and Keef released their song “Fireman” together, which both rappers clearly liked more than this song. However, it’s unclear where the relationship between the two rappers stands now, given the feud YoungBoy is embroiled in with Chicago rapper Lil Durk

YoungBoy and Durk have been going back and forth over the last few months, with YoungBoy releasing his diss song “I Hate YoungBoy,” which took aim at several rappers, including Gucci Mane, Lil Durk, Boosie Badazz, and more. Lil Durk included “AHHH HA,” which appeared to feature disses directed at YoungBoy, on his latest album 7220. The album also gave Durk his first No. 1 Billboard debut. 

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