Chief Keef is feeling himself after the purchase of his new California home. Sosa’s new mansion includes a new backyard swimming pool.
Sosa was proud of his recent accomplishment, but also made sure to throw shots at his old neighbors from Highland Park.
“Yeah man, just got a new crib,” he said, “Yall know how I’m rocking, man. …I’m almighty, yall thought I got evicted. They can’t tell me get out this neighborhood. Cali sh-t.”
Sosa showcased photos of his new pad via IG. All thots, according to Sosa, are welcome.
“Sky is The Limit!” the caption on one photo read.
Multiple news outlets reported that Chief Keef has been evicted from his Highland Park Mansion due to failure to pay rent.
Sosa had been $30,000 behind in rent payments since March, according to court documents obtained by Chicago Tribune. This news comes following an agreement Sosa and owner of the property, Bal Bansal, reached in April when the rent owed totaled $22,500. Sosa settled with the mansion’s housing authority and was reportedly required to pay $30,000 by April 20.
But Sosa still never paid the sum and was served an eviction notice May 7.
Sosa posted footage of himself walking through empty rooms of his former home.
Sosa’s Cali residence is his third mansion. Sosa moved to the Highland mansion in November 2013. The mansion was reportedly more expensive than his previous Northfield mansion.
According to Sosa, the Highland mansion was $2 million more than his first mansion.
“And I Got A Bigger and better House And Cost 2 million more And ! It’s On ‘that’s it’ Music Video,” Sosa wrote.
The mansion is featured in Sosa’s “That’s It” music video.
Sosa moved out of his first mansion because it was “weak.”
Sosa revealed on IG in early November the Highland Park residence 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 Northfield home was 5,200 square feet.
The landlord of the 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.
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