Chief Keef Wants To Run For President To Raise Welfare

Chief Keef has announced plans to run for president. The Glo Gang frontman posted a photoshopped image of himself wearing a suit and tie onto IG.

His plans once he gets in office? Raise welfare.

The caption on his post read, “Hillary. Move on over!!! I’m raising welfare.”

Hillary. Move on over!!! I'm raising welfare

A photo posted by Chief Keef (@chieffkeeffsossa) on

This isn’t Sosa’s first time expressing interest in the oval office.

When a fan nominated Sosa for president in November 2015, he replied, “He ain’t nothing like Obama. He’s raising welfare, & he’s giving out money!”

This isn’t a jab at President Obama though.

Sosa actually endorsed Obama for reelection, taking to Twitter to express his “love” for the 44th President of the United States.

“I love Obama,” he wrote.

Sosa may also address unjust police shootings in America.

Sosa was upset with the shooting of 26-year-old Mario Woods in San Francisco.

“Why did they shoot that little boy down like that? On the sidewalk! I couldn’t even watch it,” Sosa wrote.

He was so upset he tweeted Obama to take action.

“Aye @BarackObama Man What U Gonna Do About This Man? For real I don’t like it I didn’t say anything about anything else but this isn’t right,” he wrote.

This isn’t Sosa’s first time expressing interest in politics.

In July 2015, Sosa stated he was running for mayor of Chicago, so he could replace Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

“I’m running for mayor of Chicago….. Vote for me!!!!! It’ll be the best thing done yet!!!!! Yall gonna love me in the Office,” he wrote.

Sosa’s announcement came after he slammed Emanuel for canceling his “Stop The Violence” concert.

Unfortunately, Sosa can never be mayor of Chicago due to his status as a felon.

Sosa was placed on an 18-month probation for pointing a loaded handgun at a Chicago police officer in 2011.

Police responded to a call of shots fired on Dec. 2, 2011 just before noon on the 6100 block of South Indiana, according to

Sosa’s aspirations for becoming president would have to wait until he turns 35. Then, he can look into possibly having his record expunged.