Are Chief Keef and FilmOn on good terms? Many are speculating Sosa and FilmOn CEO Alki David might’ve come to some sort of resolution after the Glo Gang boss’ music reappeared on iTunes.
Alki suspended Sosa in late November for violating the terms of his contract. Alki later named multiple parties, including Sosa’s management, in a lawsuit filed in December.
FilmOn found issue with Sosa releasing “Finally Rollin 2” and “ “Nobody Pt. 2”.
Chief Keef claims he didn’t sign off on “Nobody Part 2.” Producer 12 Million, who executive produced the project, is responsible for dropping the project without Sosa’s permission.
“That nobody 2 sh*t is fake I didn’t drop that’s Unauthorized business again n***s out here inese streets trippin! I got a fat a-- 223!” Sosa wrote on Twitter.
Alki has expressed faith in Sosa despite their troubled relationship.
“I don’t blame Keith, I blame his shady management,” he told VladTV. “Keith is a f*****g rap superstar.”
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