Rhymefest wants to have a conversation with the superintendent of the Chicago Police Department. The Windy City rapper is hoping to have a sit down following the poor treatment he received after trying to report a robbery.

"I feel as though the superintendent needs to sit down with me," Rhymefest told WGN. "And not only with me but with the people who are in this community, and needs to explain that culture. I've never been in situation where I walk in to report a crime and they look at me as the criminal."

Rhymefest said that he was robbed at gunpoint on Saturday (Aug. 27) morning. The robber took Fest's wallet which only had $3 in it. But the rapper's day became worse when he went to the police station to report the crime.

The "Brand New" MC explained that police appeared to be very disinterested in hearing his story. With the lack of concern shown for his plight, Rhymefest began filming his interaction with the cops on his camera phone. During the interaction show on the footage, the police were continually focused on stopping Rhymefest from filming instead of listening to what happened to him.

Anthony Guglielmi, communications director for the Chicago Police Department, offered Rhymefest an apology once the video caught his attention.

"Disappointing to say the least," Guglielmi wrote. "On behalf of CPD, I apologize for how you were treated. We will be addressing this today."

Rhymefest is not settling for an apology. He hopes his incident will lead to a larger conversation about the Chicago Police's practices.

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