O’Block wasn’t Chief Keef’s only former stomping ground. The Glo Gang frontman also used to call the Wild Hundreds home.
Rome of MMG discussed his relationship with rap star Chief Keef before the fame during his latest interview with Zack TV. Rome recounted Sosa’s classic “Everyday” music video was filmed by DGainz in the Hundreds where he used to reside- 104th and Michigan to be exact.
“That was my homie,” Rome said. “His a-- still owe me $20, man.”
Rome even revealed he was present during Chief Keef’s viral “I Don’t Like” music video but opted to take the “backseat” over being in front of the camera with the GBE camp.
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