Chief Keef gave some advice to his fans on drug use in the opening of song “What Up.” Sosa told fans their only drug of choice should be marijuana. Anything else, he says, should be hands off.
“Leave everything else alone, man. The only thing you need to be doing or worrying about tryna get high with is Marijuana,” he said. “If it ain’t that then man you tripping.”
Fans may laugh at Sosa giving a D.A.R.E. lesson, but who better to give advice on the dangers of drugs than him? A person who has never swum before can’t give swimming lessons, right?
Sosa never hid the fact he’s done drugs. He makes this apparent in his music and video posts.
Fans may remember Chief Keef was sentenced to 90 days in rehabilitation in late 2013. This occurred after Sosa tested positive for marijuana following a probationary drug test.
Upon completion of his rehab stint, Sosa shockingly told followers his plans to get high via Twitter.
“Case Dropped now I can Get high to the Sky!” the “Bang 3” rapper wrote.
He made good on his word as he was later nabbed again for driving under the influence of drugs. Keef pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence of marijuana April 11.
Sosa was later named a fugitive in the national instant background check system due to his continuous missed court hearings for his DUI case, according to the Chicago Sun Times. Sosa now can be arrested in any state and extradited back to Illinois.
A $50,000 arrest warrant was issued for the 19-year-old Interscope rapper in August after he missed a scheduled court appearance for his DUI case, WGNTV reports.
Lake County Sheriff Mark Curren told the Sun Times such measures had to be taken due to Sosa’s “flagrant disregard for the justice system” despite his charge being only a misdemeanor.
Chief Keef has taken a stance against drug use in his Glo Gang camp.
He recently has banned the use of Xanax.
“If u Glo Gang U don’t do xans Nomo! #RNS,” he wrote.
Xanax, according to drugs.com, is used to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders and anxiety caused by depression.
Xans is dangerous when consumed with alcohol impairing one’s thinking or reactions.
The drug has dangerous side-effects, including but not limited to, depressed moods, suicidal thoughts, hallucinations, chest pain, irregular heartbeat, jaundice, seizures, insomnia and vomiting.
Xanax isn’t the only drug banned in Glo Gang.
Sosa announced in January that he got Tadoe to give up Molly.
Twitter user Brandon @KillBrandon_ asked Sosa, “@ChiefKeef is tadoe off the molly right now.”
Sosa replied, “He Stopped for Me!”
Molly is a powdered or crystallized form of MDMA. When induced, it produces euphoria and stimulates the sensory organs. The street version of the drug is usually never pure and laced with unsafe chemical products, including methamphetamine.
Chief Keef previously denied doing the drug.
“Chief Keef Don’t Do Molly #Nbs,” he once wrote on Twitter.
Sosa’s 300 brother Lil Reese echoed similar sentiment, writing, “Nd I don’t do dat Molly give dat shit 2 jmunna…#Rip.”
It was Chief Keef who brought his Glo Gang brother Tadoe to the forefront in rhymes. Tadoe’s name would soon become synonymous with Molly.
In “Love Sosa,” Chief Keef raps, “Tadoe off that Molly water, so nigga be cool like water/’Fore you get hit with this Llama.”
Sosa’s song references to Tadoe’s molly use don’t end there. He linked Tadoe to Molly in songs “Hate Being Sober” and “Kobe.”
In “Hate Bein’ Sober,” Sosa raps, “Fredo a drinker, Tadoe off molly water.”
In “Kobe,” Chief Keef raps, “Tadoe off that Molly and me I love smoking.’”
Tadoe rapper never denied his affection for the drug. He professed his use of the drug in song “Off The Molly.”
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