Chief Keef's music has a way of making people turn up. His single "Faneto" causes listeners to get hype, and that's exactly what a homecoming party in Clemson, South Carolina did this past weekend when they heard the song. As reported by ABC NewsClemson University students were celebrating Homecoming this past weekend. The college football team pulled off a win against rival North Carolina State on Saturday, which gave students an extra incentive to party hard. When Keef's "Faneto" comes on at a Homecoming party, the room full of students mob out. The dancing and jumping were too much for the clubhouse floor, and it collapsed under the weight of the students. 

Videos of the incident began to flood the internet, with Chief Keef fans warning those who may not know about the power of "Faneto." 30 students were taken to the hospital, but none appeared to suffer life-threatening injuries. "We’re continuing to gather information, and are encouraged by the initial reports of no life-threatening injuries," the university said in a statement. Police are investigating the incident, which took place at a clubhouse that had been leased for a private party. "By the time I had put one foot out the door, I felt that something was weird and that's when everyone just collapsed and the guy behind me disappeared," Raven Guerra told ABC's Good Morning America. "Everyone was on the floor and people were screaming and there was wood sticking up from the floorboards."