Margaret Carter, grandmother of Chief Keef, is splitting her White Owl cigars with a lot less tension in her hands tonight. The controversial 17-year-old rapper was released from jail on Thursday after serving 60 days for violating probation on a gun charge.
“I’m so glad he’s coming home because it hurts my soul that he’s locked up,” Carter said a day prior to his release. “Oh, it wears and tears on me.”
Grandma Beng Beng visited Big Gucci Sosa three times while he was locked up in juvy. She said he has been focused on music and studying for his GED exam but isn’t sure if he took the test.
“Keith’s got a lot of music. He wrote a lot before he went in, and he wrote a lot while he was gone,” she said. “He’s focusing music . . . and he wants to be baptized.”
Though Carter doesn’t know if her grandson is keeping it 100 about his plans of taking Pastor Corey Brooks up on his offer to baptize Lamron’s most celebrated Talented Tenth member, in Christ all old things are made new if you rock with 2 Corinthians 5:17.
Now I’m not sure if that scripture applies to smegma and lips that resemble charred sausage links but I am inclined to believe that those things are covered by the red blood of Jesus, his grace and a bails bondsman. Pass him not o gentle savior.
“Keith talked to me sideways about it,” Carter said. “That’s his old neighborhood pastor. There’s no telling what he told Corey, and if he’ll do something different. But Keith’s little sister says she wants to go with him. And my oldest son says he wants to get baptized again, too. We’ll see what Sunday brings us.”
GBB believes that as long as Keef keeps his nose clean — as well as other body parts — he will be just fine.
“I ain’t worried. Keith is going to be good,” Carter said. “His devil is all those girls. Oooh, those girls are the devil. Everybody needs to just leave him alone and give him a big box of rubbers.”
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