Chief Keef is the culture’s ultimate bad a--. Sosa does what he wants when he wants. Turbo made his way to the Rolling Loud Festival at Bayfront Park in Miami with an arrest warrant out for him.
A warrant was issued for Sosa’s arrest after he failed to make his Miami court appearance for DUI and weed possession charges, TMZ reports.
Sosa was charged with driving under the influence after Miami Beach police allegedly found marijuana in his vehicle.
Sosa caught his most recent charge less than a month after getting his driver’s license.
Sosa was driving a green Lamborghini when Tadoe allegedly exited the vehicle and made an exchange with a driver behind them.
Sosa was filmed being placed into handcuffs.
“You ain’t gon get me for s**t,” Sosa can be heard saying.
The fan who filmed the incident, said, “Free my dad.”
Chief Keef and Tadoe were released from jail Saturday night.
“We back out. Diamonds dancing,” Tadoe said.
“My boy just signed us out,” Sosa said. “We out here. Can’t hold me. Every time they get us, you know what we do. We back like cooked crack.”
This isn’t the first time Sosa was booked for driving under the influence.
Sosa got in trouble in March 2014 for driving under the influence of marijuana in Highland Park, IL.
Police reportedly stopped Sosa for driving his 2010 Jeep Cherokee with expired tags. Police smelled marijuana upon approaching the “Hate Being Sober” rapper’s vehicle.
Sosa reportedly failed a sobriety test and was later placed under arrest for DUI, driving on a suspended license and no proof of insurance, TMZ reports.
This is Sosa and Tadoe’s second charge in months.
Sosa and Tadoe were arrested in January for their alleged roles in a home invasion robbery. The case is ongoing.
Sosa and Tadoe were released on $500,000 and $250,000 bails, respectively.
Tadoe took to IG upon his release, writing, “It’s da Kidd again never smoke da kid again meet us in New Orleans 2ma it’s bussin let’s get ittttt!!!
Sosa has proclaimed his innocence amid Ramsay’s damaging claims.
“I ain’t do nothing,” Sosa said in the comment section of ManeMane4CGG’s IG Live video.
Sosa’s accuser Ramsay Tha Great rejoiced after hearing news of his home invasion arrest.
“It’s real sad to see my black community condone home invasion, armed robbery with a deadly assault hitting me in the face with an AK-47,” Ramsay said. “It’s crazy y’all condone that. And now that he’s locked up cause he chose to make that stupid decision, come in my house and do that, I’m the bad guy for putting him in jail? He chose to do that to me. Y’all generation is f*****d up. I told y’all this was gon happen, but y’all said I was lying. It’ s Chief Keef fault. …This ain’t Grand Theft auto. He been playing to much of that. It’s real life. He can’t do that.”
Ramsay took to IG immediately after the alleged assault to show his injuries.
In an IG post showing himself with cuts, marks and bruises on his face along with a swollen eye and neck brace, Ramsay captioned his post, “[Chief Keef] now if I was a celebrity I wouldn’t come personally jump a person with you five friends and a Ak 47 that’s just dumb your famous ……… now I’m taking everything from you . U really just f----- up dude coming to my house with your phone in your pocket with the location on…….. yea I’m pressing charges on yo a--. You a f------ low life mf n----- out here tryna do positive s--- and you still on some goofy Chicago s--- . We’ll see u in court.”
Ramsay said he was going to sue Chief Keef, alleging the Glo Gang rapper stole $1,600, a Rolex and an iPhone from him.
“Listen, all the white people on my page talking about kill Chief Keef, do all this, shoot back, I’m a f***k n***a, snitching and all this other s**t. N***a, I don’t give a f**k,” Ramsay said. “He dumb enough to have a $6 million record deal and come in my house and jump me personally, some of that money is coming to me you goofy a-- n***a. Anybody who got anything to say about it, I don’t give a f**k. Suck my d**k. I’ma be laughing. All y’all little white kids, y’all just wanna keep the cycle going. All these little white kids, ‘You supposed to kill him, f**k the court s**t.’ F**k the court s**t? I’ finna win $300,000. What are you talking about.”
Ramsay continued to explain the incident in subsequent posts.
“I’m chilling in the house, sleeping, I get into an argument with Uncle Ro’s wife Kelly,” he said. “The argument end. I go back into my room, sleep. She called Chief Keef and tried to put him on the phone with me, telling me to calm down. I’m like, ‘I’m calm. I’m just tryna put my point across.’ I go to sleep, 15 minutes later somebody kicing down my door talking about it’s Sosa. So I open my door I done produced a song for him, met him a couple times, I ain’t think nothing was wrong. I opened the door, he pushed me in. A n***a behind him got a draco, AK-47 looking thing. He start hitting me in the face. Tadoe start hitting me in the face. N****s can call me rat, all that. I ain’t never claim to be a gangster, none of that or nothing. I always just claimed to be a producer. Y’all can say I’m a rat or whatever y’all wanna do. But hey, see you in court. He stole me $1600, he stole my ring, he stole my Rolex. I just think someone with $6 million would be a little bit smarter about their actions and showing their face. That’s just not smart.”
Ramsay said he is seeking six figures in a lawsuit.
“This ugly a-- face just talked to the lawyer,” Ramsay said. “Ugly a-- face finna have a lot of money. We finna get some money off this face. It’s some money coming from this face. Civil case coming soon. And we talking six figures. Call me everything while I’m laughing to the bank. I came out on top. Who won? I did.”
Today, Ramsay took to IG to explain the reasoning behind his actions, saying he wants to end the cycle of black-on-black violence.
“I’m a young black man from Chicago who decided to stop the cycle,” he said. “Maybe this next generation will look at me like damn, we don’t gotta shoot back. We can stop the cycle just right here. Y’all don’t get what I’m doing, y’all not looking out for your community. Y’all don’t even understand. Half of the people commenting saying I’m a rat, I’m a snitch, I broke the code. Y’all lost in the system. Y’all just lost black men. I’m ding what I’m doing because it’s right. He [Chief Keef] shouldn’t have did what he did.”
“I’m showing an example to young black men from city we can do it a different way,” he continued. “We don’t have to kill each other like they want us to.”
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