The Frank Show caught up with Chief Keef in Los Angeles. The Interscope rapper gave TFS a back-story on his body ink.
Chief Keef is nearly tatted like a biker boy. Sosa’s tats aren’t just random artwork, but a story detailing his life.
The “Bang 3” rapper was only 15 when he was tatted for the first time. He received his first tats on his left arm. A tat on Sosa’s left forearm reads “Sosa Baby.” A tattoo on the back of his left hand reads “fast life.”
Sosa’s ink on his right forearm includes his home state of Illinois, Mario Bros. ghost character “Boo” and his block.
His slain friend Dart’s name is tatted on his right knuckles.
Sosa went on to show off his latest Glo Gang tattoo on his abdomen.
“I got double Gs like Gucci, but it’s for Glo Gang. Sosa’s animated face sits in the middle of the Gs.
Sosa got more body ink since the taping of this show.
Sosa got extensive work done on his torso and left arm.
Sosa paid homage to his Glo Gang brothers by dedicating his torso for the honor.
Chief Keef delayed the release of his “Bang 3” album. Sosa now plans to drop a “Bang 4” EP as an appetizer before the project.
Chief Keef Explains Meaning Behind Tattoos
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