Chief Keef Says He Was Trying To Get Dropped From Interscope

Interscope parted ways with Chief Keef in October 2014. While promoting “Bang 3,” Sosa spoke with AllHipHop on his current independent status and thoughts on getting dropped by the label that signed him to a multimillion-dollar deal.

“The drop part I really didn’t care about. I was actually working towards that,” Sosa said. “I knew the stuff I was doing was gon get me dropped. I didn’t want to be with Interscope actually. Jimmy left too… I was already doing what I do like not going to shows, not coming to their sh*t… just no to everything. I knew that was going to happen. It made me look at the bigger picture. …I met [David Alki]… It made me look at the bigger picture of me and my music, how I needed to grow up…. I learned from my mistakes. I didn’t really give a f*ck. It made me go crazy [laughs]. I don’t care though.”

Sosa revealed via Twitter that new management led to his release from Interscope. Iovine was replaced by John Janick in May after stepping down from his position as Interscope Geffen A&M chairman and CEO. Iovine and Dre have gone on to assume senior positions at Apple.

“When Jimmy n Dre left that’s when I said f-ck Interscope! Big D-ck style. that’s what I signed up for not this new staff! Of WhiteHonkies!” he wrote.

Sosa said he was not fazed by getting dropped.

“100% of everything goes to me now Jimmy it was cool splitting it with U But u gave yo spot up!

“Laughing because to me I been Dropped. mfs ain’t help Pay no Mf Bills

“Ain’t sh-t gone stop Jus gets Better and bigger!” he wrote. cites the “Now and Later” rapper’s legal woes and drug addiction led to his release.

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