Chief Keef Talks Growing Up Without A Father In ‘Lucky Bastard’

It appears “Bang 3” may not come out on its expected December 25 release date as previously stated. Sosa is promoting a new single off of his “B4 Before B3” project.

Nonetheless, Sosa continues to hit fans with good music. Chief Keef was left a fatherless child at an early age. Sosa is not the only victim of this. Many kids from the urban black community are raised in matriarchal single parent households.

But Sosa happened to be one “Lucky Bastard” after signing a multimillion-dollar contract with Interscope. Not many boys coming from the most poverty stricken areas of Chiraq are so fortunate.

Sosa raps, “Baby, I ain’t have no father, I only had my mother/They say that mothers raise soldiers/Well, my mama raised almighty!”

This isn’t the only song where Sosa talked growing up without a pops.

In song “How It Went,” he raps, “Air Force 1s, I don’t wear no Prada/I’m just getting money I ain’t have no father.” This track will appears on Sosa’s upcoming “Mansion Musick.”

Listen to Chief Keef’s “Lucky Bastard” below.

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