Rapper Chief Keef has taken to the Internet on social media site Twitter and confirmed the reports that he has been dropped from Interscope Records in tweets slamming the record label.
The Chicago rapper, that first broke nationally with his hip hop song "I Don't Like," which was co-signed by Kanye West, has reportedly had multiple clashes with the label following his legal troubles with the law.
Following the news reports that the rapper was dropped from Interscope Records, Chief Keef took to Twitter and revealed that he is indeed no longer with the label followed by a series of tweets slamming the deal that went sour.
Keef basically said he was laughing at being dropped because the label was not helping him "pay no mf bills."
In another tweet, the rapper shared that after Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre left the label, that's when he basically said "f**k Interscope," followed by a slam directed at the record label's new staff.
Laughing because to me I been Dropped. mfs ain't help me Pay no Mf Bills
— AlmightySo (@ChiefKeef) October 21, 2014