Chief Keef has spoken out about his eviction from his Highland Park mansion after TMZ caught up with him in L.A.
“They say they don’t want me around,” Chief Keef said. “They don’t want me in their neighborhood. I’m bad. I guess I’m a bad little boy. I gotta grow up. One day I’ma be a grown man and not be bad no more.”
Sosa went on to blast Highland Park sheriff and his former landlord Bal Bansal.
“F*ck the sherrif. F*ck Highland Park. f*ck the landlord,” he said.
Sosa revealed L.A will be his home for the time being.
“I gotta big a-- house out here now,” he said.
Multiple news outlets reported Chief Keef was 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 came following an agreement Sosa and 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.
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