Chief Keef Stands Up 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa at Video Shoot
The two famous rappers might not appear in the song's video now, however, as Chief Keef recently stood them up at a planned video shoot. As 50 Cent wrote on his Twitter, he was none too impressed with the Chicago teen.
"@chiefkeef didn't show up to his own video. I never saw anything like this on the first song," 50 wrote, adding, "Its not funny @chiefkeef didn't sell any records yet,they will pull the plug on him."
Presumably, 50 is going to try to get his buddy Dr. Dre on the case, as he also wrote, "SLIM U R dropped,you will get the call ths week.DRE's a boss nobody wants 2 tell him. It's OVER ☺"
While Keef's whereabouts on the occasion of the shoot remain unknown, he must have been okay. After all, a few hours before Fiddy's Twitter lashing, Keef tweeted a simple, "#HaHaHa."
Meanwhile, 50 may be missing out on an appearance in an upcoming rap video, but he still got his taste of the small screen with a recent appearance on the QVC home shopping network. Watch him hit on the hosts below.
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