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Chief Keep Quotes

Here’s a collection of the best Chief Keep Quotes.

  • Full name: Keith Farrelle Cozart
  • Born: 15 August 1995 (age 24 years), Chicago, Illinois, United States
  • Profession: American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer
  • Net worth: $2 Million dollars as of 2020

I come up on the scene, and I’m stealing light. B**** I’m high off life, got me feeling right.

Chief Keef

There ain’t gonna be nothing the same. I’m gonna try to go another way. I like to keep going different ways and keep it the same. I don’t copy. I come up with my own stuff, my own everything.

Chief Keef

They don’t want to see a young black man be successful and try to do something good. It’s crazy.

Chief Keef

I’m starting my day off with a blunt of herb, looking myself up see how much I’m worth.

Chief Keef

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.

Chief Keef

I been ballin’ so damn hard I swear I think that I’m Kobe.

Chief Keef

I’m glad to be someone that people listen to and look up to. I’m glad that I can help change the situations and the scenery in Chicago… and I love my city still but it is crazy.

Chief Keef

I firmly believe the world will sort itself out in the end. Believe it with me. At least none of us will be around to be proven wrong.

Chief Keef

Keep this s*** one hunna, I keep this s*** three hunna. I pull up in that Audi, you pull up in that Honda.

Chief Keef

I’m with the stop the violence campaign, that’s why I paintball now.

Chief Keef

Ain’t nobody surf — everybody try to skateboard, referring to rappers like Lil Wayne and Lupe Fiasco. It’ll be cool. It’s a hobby.

Chief Keef

I got away from all the unnecessary trouble, drama, problems. I came out here to where it’s better life-wise, living. It’s better out here than Chicago because I get in so much trouble. It’s crazy, but I like living out here. I think it improved me and changed me to stay and go somewhere bigger from here.

Chief Keef

I used to know how to draw and do art. When I was 7 years-old, I learned how to draw. I stopped when I was about 10 or 11, and started going into the streets, trippin. That’s why I still love art to this day. I love art. I don’t know how to do it no more. I can do a little something. I can color. I think it’s a way to express myself through pictures, pictures of me, all pictures of me. I love art.

Chief Keef