Lil’ Jay has the streets buzzing after releasing a diss track against popular Chicago rapper Chief Keef. Lil’ Jay took aim at Chief Keef with his song “F*ck Sosa.”
The song is a shot at Chief Keef for making the song “Love Sosa.” Many feel the song is a diss against BrickSquad Gangster Disciples and slain Chicago emcee Lil’ JoJo.
In the “F*ck Sosa” official music, a disgruntled Lil’ Jay can be seen watching Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa” music video and calling the rapper a “goofie.” Before the music drops, he looks into the camera and says, “F*ck Sosa.”
In the song, Lil’ Jay raps, “We screaming f*ck Sosa/ You just a foot soldier/ Free my ni**a Motor/ He do this when her sober/ Damn we some winners/ You just a beginner/ We shoot sh*t like a camera/ All my ni**as sinners.”
Lil’ Jay even mentions fellow rapper CashOut sleeping with Chief Keef’s mother in the song.
Ironically, both artists are signed to Interscope records. Lil’ Jay recently took to Twitter to reveal news of his signing.
“IM OFFICIALLY INTERSCOPE RECORDS #00,” he wrote.
With the two being label mates, hopefully they can settle their differences and inspire others in Chicago to do the same. What are your thoughts on the violence that is gripping the streets of Chicago? Sound off below.
Check out the “F*ck Sosa” music video below
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