Chief Keef is currently in Southern California, living in an undisclosed private sober living house, for court ordered rehab. Billboard caught up with Keef at his temporary private estate to speak with him on his upcoming album Bang 3, rehab and more. Most notably, Chief Keef admits his last two mixtapes were mistakes caused by heavy usage of promethazine. Keef stated, "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.” The first single from Chief Keef's sophomore album Bang 3, "Fuck Rehab," is on the way. Click here to read Billboard's interview with Chief Keef in its entirety.
News | February 14, 2014
Chief Keef Calls Last 2 Mixtapes Mistakes

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Chief Keef is currently in Southern California, living in an undisclosed private sober living house, for court ordered rehab. Billboard caught up with Keef at his temporary private estate to speak with him on his upcoming album Bang 3, rehab and more.

Most notably, Chief Keef admits his last two mixtapes were mistakes caused by heavy usage of promethazine. Keef stated, "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.”

The first single from Chief Keef's sophomore album Bang 3, "Fuck Rehab," is on the way. Click here to read Billboard's interview with Chief Keef in its entirety.