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By: Victor “Doc V” Trammell Rap mogul 50 Cent is among one of the stars featured on Interscope rap artist Chief Keef’s second single off his upcoming album. The name of the song is “Hate Bein’ Sober” and it also features platinum selling rapper Wiz Khalifah. The song’s video was supposed to be shot in Las Vegas last month but it never went down. Chief Keef never showed up for the video shoot. However, Wiz and 50 did a show in Sin City that night and held it down for the young upstart by covering his song for him. 50 Cent took to Twitter to discuss his confusion with the ordeal. He tweeted the following on November 16: “@ChiefKeef didn’t show up to his own video. I never saw anything like this on the first song. SMSaudio..Its not funny@ChiefKeef didn’t sell any records yet, they will pull the plug on him.SMSAUDIO  Despite Chief Keef’s actions, Ferrari still is supportive of the teen Chicago-bred rapper. Fif has also stated that he has yet to hear from Chief Keef or a member of his team to hear an explanation of what caused Chief Keef to miss the video shoot. In a recent interview with Big Boy of Power 106 radio station in Los Angeles, California, 50 quoted: “As far as Chief Keef is concerned, I’m a Chief Keef fan. I like what he is because he’s something that’s been completely created by the environment, that’s what hip-hop was initially. His age says my son would be Chief Keef if he didn’t make it. … Man, he didn’t show up [to the video shoot]. He’s so hot in his circle that they felt he could actually do that. He didn’t respond. The video still ain’t shot.” To watch the 50 Cent’s exclusive interview with Power 106, click the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=O-MXqnM3dzw

50 Cent: I Have No Idea Why Chief Keef Didn’t Show Up to His Video Shoot

By: Victor “Doc V” Trammell

Rap mogul 50 Cent is among one of the stars featured on Interscope rap artist Chief Keef’s second single off his upcoming album. The name of the song is “Hate Bein’ Sober” and it also features platinum selling rapper Wiz Khalifah. The song’s video was supposed to be shot in Las Vegas last month but it never went down. Chief Keef never showed up for the video shoot.

However, Wiz and 50 did a show in Sin City that night and held it down for the young upstart by covering his song for him. 50 Cent took to Twitter to discuss his confusion with the ordeal. He tweeted the following on November 16:

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