Chief Keef’s mother Lolita Cozart is teasing another short preview of her upcoming documentary “The Real Ingredients Of OG Sosa.”
In her latest short preview, she sheds light on the violence in her neighborhood and talks aspirations of becoming the next Oprah Winfrey.
“The person standing next to you will see so many killings and think that that’s normal,” she said. “It ain’t normal to me cause I got a crush on the land of living. From Oprah to myself, I’m coming… I’m no longer gonna deal with being popular for free.
“…I need this fortune,” she continued. “I need this shine. I need to get my turn. I served these cities, this O’Block stuff. I’m considering myself the queen.”
Film producers Hip Hop Junkie are behind the production of Miss Cozart’s film project.
The film’s synopsis reads:
This never before seen footage allows the public into Lolita’s world, past and present. Lolita gives an honest account of her transgressions, challenges and family life, while growing up in one of the roughest areas of Chicago. Nowadays, this area is known to many of the younger generation as CHIRAQ. The film also covers her experience as a single parent while giving birth to her oldest child, Keith (Chief Keef) at the age of 16.
Living in the South Side of Chicago in the Parkway Apartments (O- BLOCK), Ms. Carter wasn’t afforded many opportunities to succeed in life. She became a product of her environment, infested with drugs and crime. However, even today, Lolita doesn’t dwell on her upbringing and past life. She states, “Those were the cards I was dealt. I never complained about the issues; just rolled with the punches and sucked it up.”
Despite being raised by a loving mother and father, Lolita gravitated towards the streets and the fast life. The Original Gangster (O.G.) moniker isn’t just a false facade. The letters O.G. preceded her at an early age, while being known to have had ties to Chicago’s most notorious gang, “The Black Disciples.” Lolita’s upbringing in gang life started early on as a pre-teen through her brother, King Keef’s affiliations. Her brother at the time was a major player in the streets of Chicago and is currently the namesake to her son, Chief Keef.
The documentary will be released in full on June 17. It will be available for digital download via Hip Hop Junkies website.
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