Chief Keef was like a kid in the candy store at his old Northbrook mansion. The “Bang 3” rapper and Glo Gang affiliates turned their surburban neighborhood upside down.
Sosa can be seen in footage riding his loud ATV in his tranquil neighborhood in episode eight of “Chiraq” documentary.
Sosa has since left his mansion and moved to a bigger residence.
Sosa revealed to fans his new home is more expensive than the last. He additionally slammed gossip entertainment website TMZ for reporting he was kicked out of his home.
The mansion is featured in Sosa’s “That’s It” music video.
“And I Got A Bigger and better House And Cost 2 million more And ! It’s On ‘that’s it’ Music Video”
“And For All U Dickheads That Let Tmz Play wit y’all heads No I Ain’t Get Kicked Out. My Name Is Almighty! I Moved Out. That Mf Got Weak,” he wrote.
Sosa revealed on IG in early November his new home was 6000 square feet.
“6000 sq feet To Myself Than U Jesus #Almigh,” he wrote on IG.
Keef gave fans a tour of his new home while teasing his new song “Foreign.”
Sosa’s previous home was 5,200 square feet.
The landlord of the Northbrook property, Georghe Simoniak-Sas, filed a lawsuit against Sosa in September 2013 due to the rapper’s negligence to pay rent totaling $9,4000, according to court records obtained by Chicago Real Estate Daily.
The case has since been settled with both parties declining to disclose the terms. The Cook County court docket reports the cased was “dismissed with prejudice” in September 2013.
Chief Keef & Glo Gang Live Suburban Life In Episode Eight Of ‘Chiraq’ Documentary
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