Today, Noisey released the eighth and final part of their Chiraq documentary. Thomas Morton and his camera crew visit the home of Glory Boyz Entertainment manager Dro. Chief Keef and his crew stick out like a sore thumb in the upscale predominately white suburban neighborhood, as they recklessly drive ATVs around the property. During the brief conversation Morton has with Keef, the young Chicago rapper described the gun range interview he did with Pitchfork as, "Fucked up."
Video | March 12, 2014
Noisey – Chiraq Pt. 8 (Documentary)

Today, Noisey released the eighth and final part of their Chiraq documentary. Thomas Morton and his camera crew visit the home of Glory Boyz Entertainment manager Dro. Chief Keef and his crew stick out like a sore thumb in the upscale predominately white suburban neighborhood, as they recklessly drive ATVs around the property.

During the brief conversation Morton has with Keef, the young Chicago rapper described the gun range interview he did with Pitchfork as, "Fucked up."