Chief Keef announced earlier this week that he will release a mixtape titled “Mansion Music” in November. This project will follow “Back From The Dead 2” and will precede Sosa’s main course “Bang 3,” which is set to drop Dec. 25.
The first single Sosa released from “Mansion Music” is “How It Went.” Sosa takes aim at the judicial system in this new record.
He raps, “I be smoking piss, you be smoking sh-t/I be spending money, you do not spend s---/My jewelry look like piss/Baby, I’m the sh-t/Walk in n court like f-ck the judge, tell him suck my d-ck.”
Sosa’s hate for the law may come from Lake County Police’s decision to add him as a fugitive in the national instant background check system due to his continuous missed court hearings for his DUI case, according to the Chicago Sun Times. Sosa now can be arrested in any state and extradited back to Illinois.
A $50,000 arrest warrant was issued for the 19-year-old Interscope rapper in August after he missed a scheduled court appearance for his DUI case, WGNTV reports.
Keef pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence of marijuana April 11.
Lake County Sheriff Mark Curren told the Sun Times such measures had to be taken due to Sosa’s “flagrant disregard for the justice system” despite his charge being only a misdemeanor.
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