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50 Cent Finally Drops The Video Chief Keef Couldn't Bother To Show Up For

By HHL JT
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50 Cent has been cleaning out his video vault during the lockdown.

Earlier this month he finally dropped the visuals for "Tryna to F*ck Me Over", the Post Malone-featured Kanan Tape track that we first heard four and a half years ago.

He went back even further yesterday and unleashed the unseen video for the Chief Keef Finally Rich track "Hate Bein’ Sober", which featured Fif and Wiz Khalifa.

The reason 50 was in possession of the eight-year-old video is Keef didn't bother to show up to his own shoot.

[Chief Keef] didn’t show up to his own video. I never saw anything like this on the first song.” 50 Cent said at the time. “Its not funny [Chief Keef] didn’t sell any records yet, they will pull the plug on him.”

Keef and 50 have made up since. In Sosa's defense, he was only 16 at the time, so immaturity is expected.

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