Reports of Spike Lee’s newest project that focuses on the Englewood neighborhood in Chicago is bringing about some heated contention as of now because of the film’s title, ‘Chiraq’.

The title of Spike Lee’s up and coming film, ‘Chiraq’ has attracted some negative feedback from some of the biggest politicians in the city of Chicago. This new Spike Lee Joint will highlight violence in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois.

The proposed undertaking, which is reportedly situated to highlight the gun violence in the city’s Englewood neighborhood, has gotten the consideration of the city’s councilman William Burns and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Evidently, they’re not too satisfied with the film’s title, which is a famous handle created by neighborhood rappers who contrast the city’s wrongdoing rates with an Iraqi war zone.

Gaia. Englewood Chicago, August 2012. (photo © Thomas Fennell IV)

Recently Emanuel met with Lee at City Hall to examine the producer’s arrangements to film in the Windy City. “We had a legit, candid discussion,” Emanuel said amid a public interview. “He said that while the motion picture is about the area of Englewood, I was clear that I was not content about the title.”

[pull_quote_center]He added, “I let him know likewise that there are great individuals that live in Englewood who are raising their family and there’s a ton of constructive things that are occurring in Englewood chiefly determined by the individuals that make up Englewood.”[/pull_quote_center]

Many resounded the Mayor’s slants, saying the film’s title is a “slap in the face” to the citizens who pay their expenses and work to clean up the city’s negative picture. “South Sider’s and West Sider’s as of now stroll around with a monstrous chip on their shoulders,” he said amid a meeting with the Illinois Film Office. “There’s a sense the media just comes to cover dead bodies and not the positive things that happen consistently. What’s more, why is this gentleman from New York coming to do a film about Chicago?”

While there’s no official word on Lee’s musings to reexamine the title, Burns assumes the city’s occupants ought to have a say in the film’s title, given Lee’s late $3 million film industry assessment credit demand.

Spike Lee is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta. To date, Lee has apparently courted Kanye West, Common, Jeremy Piven and Samuel L. Jackson to star in “Chiraq,” which will be shot for Amazon Prime.