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Chief Keef, Katy Perry play the feud on Twitter

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Chief Keef with his young daughter, Jasmine, presumably not listening to "I Kissed A Girl" after a court appearance in March 2013. Photo: Jessica Koscielniak ~ Sun-Times

Because there aren't more important things in the world happening this week, let's take a second to look at a brief feud between pop star Katy Perry and Chicago rapper/poet Chief Keef. It all started when Perry heard Keef's "I Hate Being Sober" and took to Twitter to say it negatively affected her view of the world which is understandable given Keef is technically a minor and has already spent time in jail for pointing a gun at a cop and then violating parole from that charge.

Anyway, Keef, who should be more worried about his arrest earlier this week, clearly decided to take the high road when he responded by suggesting Perry perform a sexual act and threatened to smack her. Perry then apologized because okay, sure, that's what you should do when a 17-year-old rapper wants to smack you for making a level-headed analysis of a song. And just like that, things were cool and Keef absolves Perry of her sins.

So to review: Katy Perry said a Chief Keef song made her worry about humanity, Chief Keef made very threatening remarks to Perry, and Perry is the one who apologized.

Okay, whatever.

Read the ridonkulous exchange for yourself below.

(WARNING: Naughty language used below)

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