Chief Keef’s relationship with BET started off on the wrong foot after a missed scheduled appearance on the highly touted 106 & Park show.
But fans may see Mr. Bang Bang on the Hip Hop and R&B music video show after Sosa vowed to make it up to the network.
“I turned Down 106&park before But I still love y’all tho Ima make it up,” he wrote.
Chief Keef snubbed a scheduled appearance on the show to get high as revealed a few months ago.
“…I aint feel Like goin i was Getting high,” Chief Keef told a fan.
Sosa’s souring relationship with the media brand continued long after his 106 & Park snub.
Chief Keef was upset with the network not inviting him to perform at the Awards show.
Fans hoped Sosa would perform, but he commented it was unlikely because BET is “scared” of him.
Sosa later went on a rant venting his frustrations against the network.
“Man Dey a-- Scared Of Us,” Keef wrote on his Twitter account.
“#FuckBetAwardzYoungestHottestTalkedAboutNiggaOnEarthNeverBeenOnBet #MtvTmzLoveMeDoeShoutOutDem,” the caption on Keef’s Instagram account read.
The embattled rap star even vented his frustrations in a video posted online.
“Man, f*ck BET!” Keef said. “We out here, man. Leaning. If we go to the BET Awards. Chains getting took. B*tches getting f*cked. They mommas getting f*cked. Steal, pregnant… everything.”
Before Chief Keef makes any appearances on 106 & Park, he has to complete rehab.
Sosa was placed on probation following a speeding arrest in June.
Northfield Police clocked Sosa driving 110 mph on the Edens Expressway. Keef’s arrest came following a performance in Davenport, Iowa.
In mid-October, a judge ordered Chief Keef to serve 20 days in jail for violating the terms of his probation after testing positive for marijuana, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Sosa was released a few days later for good behavior.
But Keef soon found himself back in jail Nov. 7 after failing yet another drug test.
Chief Keef was granted permission to enter drug treatment at the Promises Treatment Center, a California-based private facility. Several notable celebrities have entered the drug-treatment, including Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears.
A judge initially ordered Chief Keef to undergo 90 days of drug treatment at the Haymarket Center on Chicago’s West Side.
Sosa will spend his first 30 days in the facility. He will be able to work following that phase depending on his 30-day progress report, the Tribune reports.
Chief Keef’s lawyers met with a Cook County judge in a mandatory Dec. 12 court hearing on behalf of the beleaguered rap star who is currently undergoing rehab in California.
Lawyers say Sosa is making progress, but this may be the “Hate Being Sober” rapper’s last chance to redeem himself in the eyes of the law.
“I’ve had murderers who haven’t had so much time before this court. It’s getting ridiculous. …I’m very happy he’s doing well, but if he comes back dirty, I’m done. This is it,” Judge Earl Hoffenberg said, according to the Chicago Tribune.
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