Chief Keef Disses Kanye West’s ‘Yeezus,’ Only Likes His Feature In ‘Hold My Liquor’

Chief Keef ‘hates being sober’ and ‘don’t like’ rappers who paved the way for him.

Keef held an #AskSosa session on Twitter where followers pose questions to the controversial rap star.

Twitter user @NotoriousNajhee asked Keef, “you f— with YEEZUS?’

Sosa responded, “Just Our Song Hold My Liquor.”

Keef received the opportunity of a lifetime after Kanye West requested his services for track “Hold My Liquor” on his newly released album “Yeezus.”

West even flew the Interscope artist out to Paris to record the song.

Keef tweeted his excitement to his thousands of fans, “On my way! To paris Wit @kanyewest #Squad,” he tweeted.

“#ParisFinnaturnUp,” the caption on an Instagram photo read.

Ye said the track almost didn’t make it onto the album, Fader reports.

Chief Keef raps on the track, “I can’t control my n—–, and my n—– they can’t control me.”

Chief Keef, born Keith Cozart, initially said he didn’t remember what the song was titled, but recalled the track as being “hot” during an interview with Beats By Dre in New York City.

“I did a song called…I forgot,” he said. “I’m on it. I forgot what the song is called, but it is a hot song.”

Check out Chief Keef’s “Beats By Dre” interview below

Never shy to express his mind, Chief Keef infamously directed shots at Kanye via his Twitter account after the “New Slaves” rapper remixed the “I Don’t Like” track.

“@kanyewest ain’t do s— for me Hoppin on da song wasn’t enuff I made myself hot #300 all by myself,” he wrote.

Chief Keef quickly deleted the tweet after posting it.

The album, executive produced by Def Jam founder Rick Rubin, features ten tracks. It is now available in stores and iTunes.

Listen To ‘Hold My Liquor’ Below

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