Chief Keef got more or less banned from Chicago by then-mayor Rahm Emmunal in 2012

But the city welcomed him back last weekend.

Sosa headlined the Summer Smash Festival in his hometown, and the city ensured he had all the police protection he needed.

But he didn’t go back to his old haunt, O-Block.

Keef’s good buddy Lil Reese explained why during a chat with Adam22.

“He ain’t been out there in so long, it might feel different now,” Reese said.  “I feel like he’s too big; he ain’t going to over there.  It would be crazy, but I know he ain’t going to it.”


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