Who didn’t see this coming???

Chief Keef may want to call up Trinidad James for advice … because the “I Don’t Like” rapper is no longer signed to the label that picked him up off one hit.

Earlier this afternoon, Chief Keef made the announcement via Twitter that he has been dropped from Interscope Records.

Keef tweeted:

Chief Keef signed his deal back in 2012 with Interscope and released his first album “Finally Rich” that same year through the label, but hasn’t dropped any relevant music since then.

The 19 year-old rapper has also been in and out of jail and even did a 90 day stint in rehab. With new artists like Bobby Shmurda and Young Thug hitting the scene and making huge names for themselves recently … it really doesn’t leave much room for the GBE head honcho, considering his music sucks balls.

Just a few days ago, Keef released a new song titled “Now & Later” featuring Tyga (who just recently aired out his problems with Young Money all over the Internet). We guess sh*t ain’t sweet like now and laters after all.

Take a listen to “Now and Later” below:

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