Young Chop sometimes serves as an arbitrator for disputes that may erupt amongst his 300 friends. His role in the ongoing beef between Lil Durk and Chief Keef was no different.
Sosa caused a stir throughout social media when he sided with Tyga and Game following the release of their Lil Durk diss track “Chiraq To LA.”
This was released following Meek Mill’s “Chiraq” freestyle, which featured Lil Durk and Shy Glizzy.
Sosa spoke in Blood lingo when telling fans go check out Tyga and Game’s track.
“Be Bool! Go f*ck wit Blood nem,” Sosa wrote on IG.
Chop told XXL he called Sosa after that occurred.
“I did call him after that like, “Why the f--- are you tweaking?” You feel me? That was somewhat disrespectful. I don’t care what you and Durk got going on because it’s kind of friction with them two. I don’t know what the f--- it is. Everybody don’t know what the f--- it is but them two.”
Chop said Sosa never did explain why he retweeted Game.
“I still don’t know to this day why he retweeted that,” he said. “But the Game and Durk thing is squashed and let God be with them. S---, we moving on. I’m not trying be in no bullshit. We getting money. Why we got to bring that into the industry? It’s bullshit. Bad enough we losing family members out here in the real; we living in the real.”
Durk found Sosa’s actions disloyal.
“Shorty said f**k chiraq and he from here huh????”
“Sosa posted tyga and game diss on ig ……dats sayin f-- chiraq,” he wrote.
Durk told WGCI’s DJ MoonDawg that he and Sosa were in the process of reconciliation. But all of that ended after Sosa’s recent actions.
“First it was just Twitter, then It was just phones calls. Everybody tryna get everybody back together,” Durk explained. “So when Tyga and Game song dropped and he posted it on his page…I’m like he ain’t disrespecting me, he disrespect the whole Chicago like he riding with another city. He ain’t gotta deal with me at the end of the day, he gotta deal with everybody.”
Durk says there was no chance he would reconcile with Sosa.
“I’m not reaching out to him. It’s over with,” he said. “He from L.A.”
Durk recently gave The Home Of Hip Hop the scoop on whether fans would ever see a collaboration between himself and Sosa in the future.
“I don’t know,” he said. “I doubt it. I like keeping it real. Only way it’d be like that if it’s business.”
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