Chief Keef is a good role model despite his profane lyrics. Sosa recently gave powerful words of advice to a young fan.
The young fan got a chance to meet Sosa backstage at one of his shows.
“You can be something in life,” Sosa said. “I ain’t have a chance to be nothing but a rapper. …This is what I could do. You probably could be something way better.”
In the caption of Sosa’s IG post, he wrote, “Love this dude. Stay in school much love to you. Be something in life #300 you rock fool!”
Sosa had an opportunity of a lifetime to make it out of South Side Chicago at the age of 16 after signing with Interscope.
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