Chief Keef has been dropped from his deal with Interscope Records, according to AllHipHop. In the report, which uses information from unnamed sources within the label, it is revealed that Sosa was released from his contract due to tensions surrounding the handling of Keef's upcoming album and the overall direction of his career. The report states that Keef's camp tried to get moving on the album and get it out, but the label wasn't interested, which lead to arguments with officials at Interscope and eventually lead to Keef being dropped.
Sosa originally signed with Interscope in 2012 and went on to release his only album on the label, Finally Rich, which has sold around 200,000 units since its release. It's worth noting that Keef's upcoming project, Back From the Dead 2, which he put up for pre-order on iTunes last night, does not list Interscope as the label, but rather Glo Gang/GBE. We will continue to update this story when more details are made available.
Update: Chief Keef has confirmed on Twitter that he was dropped from Interscope a week ago.
UPDATE: Miss Info has reported that Chief Keef has not been dropped from Interscope, implying that his attempt to sell Back From The Dead 2 on iTunes may cause his label to pull the plug on their relationship.