Tay600, like many supporters of Chief Keef, was upset upon learning of Interscope’s decision to part ways with Chief Keef.
The South Side Chicago rapper called the label’s business decision a bad move.
“INTERSCOPE DROPPED SOSA ….. DAT WAS NOT A SMART MOVE TO ME,” he wrote.
The “Wit Da S----” rapper backed his argument in a series of tweets:
“SOSA LIKE DA DR.dre OF CHICAGO …DIDN’T KNO CHICAGO RAPPER B4 HIM MAKE AWAY FA DA WHOLE CITY TO GET ON ..DEY GONE LOOSE ALOTTA MONEY
“U KNO U A POWERFUL N---- WEN ANYTHING U SAY OR DA AMFR COPY IT ….DAT WAS SOSA DO,” he wrote.
Tay co-signed a fan that commented, “Sosa Made Chicago The Sh-t!”
Tay is confident Sosa will be more successful as an Independent artist.
“SEEM LIKE A LOTTA HATERz WAS PRAYIN SOSA GOT DROPPED …HE STILL GONE HAVE MO MONEY DEN YALL …PROLLY MORE DEN HE HAD WEN HE WAS INTERSCOPE,” he wrote.
Tay, who used to attend grammar school with Chief Keef, addressed rumors the O’Block native got dropped for switching his flow.
“ERBODY SAY SOSA SWITCHED HIS FLOW & DATz WHY HE GOT DROPPED …..WHY WOULD U KEEP DA SAME FLOW & ERBODY TRYNA STEAL YO S---?
“SOSA WAS MY MFR MANz BACK IN GRAMMER SCHOOL I ONLY WANT DA BEST FA FOLKz RNS
“TO MUCH HATIN GOIN ON,” he wrote.
Sosa has long expressed his disdain for copycats.
“All u boys taking all the little style I did have? An y’all want that old sos… don’t Y’all got enough mini me’s?” he wrote on Twitter.
Chief Keef has adopted a more slurred flow in place of his original style.
Chop shed light on Sosa’s new style in his WGCI interview with DJ Moondawg.
“Too many people stole how he was rapping with the stop and pause and all that,” Chop said. “Too many people done stole the whole swag.”
Future was cited as taking the drill rap style for single “Sh*t.”
“Most definitely that’s a drill record, that’s why it went crazy in the club,” Chop said.
Sosa previously referred to his new style as “Rich Rapping.” He referred to copycat rappers as “Baby Sosas.”
“Sorry Fans Im Rich Rappin Now Cuz Everybody Stole All my Old Flows On O #EverybodyDidSmh Now Im doin Some more S--- Still My Own Style.
“Dey Even Stealin My New S--- They Think Its gonna Get em On ? no You Gotta Be yoself N----- Wanna Be Me Not Gonna Work #SoundlikebabySo,” Keef wrote.
Chief Keef revealed in a text message Tuesday that he was no longer a part of the Interscope roster.
“I been dropped for a week now,” he said in his text convo.
Sosa went on to reveal the former Interscope chairman and CEO Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre’s exit from the label led to his firing.
Iovine and Dre left Interscope after selling Beats to Apple for $3.2 billion.
“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.
Chief Keef was given a line of his own Beats headsets as part of the stipulations of his contract. The limited edition headsets were to be called “Beats By Keef.”
Sosa was excited about his Beats headsets.
“Limited Edition @BeatsByDre headphones coming soon #BeatsByKeef,” he wrote via his Twitter account.
Keef posted a photo of BallOut rocking a pair of hsis headsets to his Instagram account.
“#MyBeatsInStoresNearYouSoon ☺” the caption on the photo read.
Sosa is seeing the positive in Interscope’s decision to part ways with him and plans to come back stronger.
“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.
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