Earlier this year, Chief Keef signed to FilmON Music, a company originally founded by Greek billionaire Alki David. Unfortunately, the company has released an official statement about Keef's record deal being suspended. According to VladTV, the Chicago rapper's deal has been suspended due to his "shady management," referring to a recent tour Keef's camp went on without permission from FilmOn Music.
According to the report, David is not feeling the people that Keef is being associated with. The mogul referred to the rappers "Let It Blow" video, which featured D. Flores, a Las Vegas rapper who was recently charged for allegedly kidnapping and 15-year old and forcing her into prostitution.
Although Chief Keef's record deal is currently suspended, David still believes that in his career. The tragic situation follows a series of the rapper's hologram concerts which were originally scheduled in Chicago, Indiana, and California. Unfortunately, they were all shut down by local police three songs in Keef's performance or less. Chief Keef's only released project with FilmOn Music was Bang 3.