My youth and inexperience may sometimes be a liability. Sometimes, I haven’t been on this earth long enough to place certain events and new model introductions in their proper context, ala Jack Baruth. But what I am good at, is listening to rap music. Today, the countless hours of pretending to be an inner-city drug dealer can finally be monetized, as Jeep’s Twitter account was hacked by some hip-hop loving cyber-vandals.
The hacked tweets contained numerous references to rap artists like 50 Cent and most of all, Chief Keef. Chief Keef is the latest sensation in hip-hop, a 17 year old diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome who has already been sued for child support, kicked off Instagram for posting photographs of minors committing sex acts and jailed for illegally discharging a firearm.
Keef’s catch phrases “3 Hunna” (also spelled “300”) and his record label, Glory Boy Entertainment” appear numerous times in the Jeep tweets. There’s no rhyme or reason for this, especially since Keef raps about Ferraris, Range Rovers and Audis, but never Jeeps. All we can chalk this up to is someone like myself, but much more adept at hacking, is having some fun at Jeep’s expense. Also given “shoutouts” are Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill and Worldstar Hip-Hop, a site that has been described as “the CNN of the ghetto”. Tweets have been screencapped below for your enjoyment.