Chief Kneef Cried On Social Media. Not knowing, The Internet Has Decieved Him.
The internet has turned to our everything and a main source of information but despite this, we don't have to put all our trust in it for it to be decieving us. The man in the picture is popularly known as Chief Kneef.
Chief Kneef once checked his age on Google and what he had as a reply was really discouraging. First of all, his age group was discribed as goat. Meaning people within that age range, exhibit the Character true.
Since the way and the manner in which he was crying was touching, some people on the social media commented on the work of the internet
According to some people, these websites were purposely built to make fun of people like Chief Kneef. And with these comments His Heart cooled down a little.
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