Chief Keef doesn’t want you to judge his present worth on the last few mixtapes he’s released. According to the rapper, those musical endeavors were serious mistakes.
If you were completely turned off by Chief Keef’s last few mixtapes, then it’s completely understandable. The rapper recently said the quality of those efforts was extremely poor because he was under the influence of “syrup” when he put them together.
Since he was downing copious amounts of promethazine and soda at the time, Chief Keef admits that both Bang Pt. 2 and Almighty So were less than impressive. During his chat with Billboard, the rapper seemed downright apologetic about releasing the mixtapes.
“My last two mixtapes were mistakes. I was on promethazine, all drugged out. I was tweaking. I don’t sip the lean no more though,” he told the publication.
Chief Keef also discussed his stint in rehab during his conversation with Billboard. Not surprisingly, the rapper isn’t exactly savoring the time he spent at the California facilities.
“It’s like being locked up. And when I’m locked up, I don’t want anybody to come see me. I won’t let my family come here. I haven’t seen my 2-year-old daughter,” Chief Keef explained.
He added, “I had to stay with 30 motherf***ers — and I don’t like people. I ain’t no friendly-a** n****. I won’t shake your hand if I don’t like you. Don’t speak to me.”
The rapper is presently spending some time at Wavelengths, where he focuses on such positive ventures as spirituality and nutrition. Although he can’t come and go as he pleases, Chief Keef is reportedly allowed to leave the facility to work on his sophomore studio album Bang 3. He also reportedly received a visit from Training Day star Denzel Washington. In other words, life isn’t all bad in rehab.
The Inquisitr previously reported that Chief Keef is teaming up with Kanye West for Bang 3. Although news of the collaboration started out as a rumor, Keef’s manager later confirmed the reports.
“Kanye will definitely be on Keef’s album on ‘Bang 3.’ I’ll just put it to you like this: They have several new songs. They’ll be collaborating and they’ll be released this year,” Peeda Pan recently told the folks at XXL magazine.
Love him or hate him, it doesn’t appear that Chief Keef is going anyway anytime soon. Bang 3 is presently expected to arrive on March 3. Are you looking forward to the second full-length studio album from the controversial Chicago rapper?