Apparently the bombastic Italian star of Real Housewives of New Jersey Teresa Giudice is not a fan of Chicago’s star Chief Keef.

In July, Sosa dropped his latest mixtape Mansion Musick with a fitting picture of a decked out mansion interior as the cover art. However, the mansion featured on the cover just happens to belong to Giudice, who is now planning to sue because Keef never asked permission to use the photo.


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Her lawyer, James Leonard Jr., told TMZ the photo features the entryway of her Montville Township, New Jersey home, and that Teresa and her family should be compensated for it. Of course, it’s likely that Keef and his people grabbed if off a realtor site from back when it was on the market a few years ago, making shaky ground for a lawsuit.

The Housewives star didn’t find the cover art herself: Her daughter and friends follow Keef and noticed the resemblance.


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Aside from this minor drama, it’s been a pretty productive year for the self-proclaimed originator of mumble rap. In between his beef with 6ix9ine, he released The Leek 4, The Leek, Vol. 5, The Glo Files Pt. 1, The Glo Files Pt. 2, and his EP Ottopsy. Keef also launched a Glo Gang jewelry line earlier this year.