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Chief Keef has joined forces with Sexyy Red to to make an even bigger deal out of her latest hit from the deluxe package of her second mixtape.

On Wednesday (December 27), the duo released a remix of “Bow Bow Bow (F My Baby Dad).” Produced by Tay Keith and DJ Meech, the track was originally released as part of the extended edition of Hood Hottest Princes earlier this month.


In addition to the Sexyy Red’s catchy hook — “Fuck my baby dad, fuck my baby dad/ I’m a fine-ass bitch, I ain’t in the house sad” — the Chicago icon adds his own flavor to the joint with.

Bae you know Chief So’ your daddy, come and grill your bitch ass/ I told bae, “You leave me, I’m puttin’ a round in your ass,” he raps.

The above hit has gained a lot of traction over the past month and has even become a go-to reference for women trying to distance themselves from their former partners.

Just last week, Cardi B twerked away the stress of her deteriorating marriage to Offset with help from the song.

Chief Keef's Baby Mama Taunts Him With Child Support Papers After Sexyy Red Remix

Chief Keef’s Baby Mama Taunts Him With Child Support Papers After Sexyy Red Remix

In an undated video that went viral in late December, the “Bodak Yellow” superstar could be seen dancing and singing along to the track’s in-your-face lyrics.

At one point, she even looked back at the camera, smiled and stuck up her middle finger in the air while yelling: “Fuck my baby dad!” The unidentified person recording the clip subsequently responded: “You heard her!”


The video seemed to be a direct retort to her ongoing drama with the Migos rapper, whom she confirmed her split with a few weeks back.

“I’ve been single for a minute now,” she said after allegations of him cheating on her with Chrisean Rock began making the rounds online. “I want to start 2024 fresh, open. I’m curious for a new life, for a new beginning. And yeah, I’m excited! New look, new life, new everything […] I’ve been going so hard for 2024 to go directly as I want it to. I feel like in 2017 I was single, and that’s when I worked the hardest.”