Chief Keef to Name His Son After Record Label—Or Not

Chief Keef plans to name his newborn son after his record label—if—big if—a paternity suit determines he is truly the father.

Celebrities typically veer toward the strange when it comes to naming their children, and it seems rapper Chief Keef isn't about to break the trend. According to Alki David, the billionaire behind Keef's label FilmOn.com, the rapper and his "newest baby mother" will name their son, Sno FilmOn Dot Com Cozart.

"Keef and his newest baby mama have agreed to name the newborn Sno FilmOn Dot Com Cozart in order to promote the release of Sosa's double album Bang 3 with FilmOn Music and MondoTunes on Sept. 18," said David.

Or maybe they won't. David released a follow-up statement questioning the child's paternity and withdrawing the rights for the name. "In light of new developments disputing that Chief Keef is the father of Baby Sno, the streaming TV and music platform FilmOn.com is retracting the right to let the mother, Laura Woods, use the middle name FilmOn Dot Com, until the paternity is settled. We wish Ms. Woods all the best," said David's latest statement.

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Celebrities typically veer toward the strange when it comes to naming their children, and it seems rapper Chief Keef isn't about to break the trend. According to Alki David, the billionaire behind Keef's label FilmOn.com, the rapper and his "newest baby mother" will name their son, Sno FilmOn Dot Com Cozart.

"Keef and his newest baby mama have agreed to name the newborn Sno FilmOn Dot Com Cozart in order to promote the release of Sosa's double album Bang 3 with FilmOn Music and MondoTunes on Sept. 18," said David.

Or maybe they won't. David released a follow-up statement questioning the child's paternity and withdrawing the rights for the name. "In light of new developments disputing that Chief Keef is the father of Baby Sno, the streaming TV and music platform FilmOn.com is retracting the right to let the mother, Laura Woods, use the middle name FilmOn Dot Com, until the paternity is settled. We wish Ms. Woods all the best," said David's latest statement.

So, either Keef will become the latest celebrity to ruin his child's chance at a normal life, or this was all a brilliant scheme to remind you that Keef's full double album Bang 3 will hit digital shelves on Sept. 18. Whether it's a promotional scheme or a real-life tragedy, it likely won't be the last time. David told Entertainment Weekly that the label has the naming rights for all the rapper's future offspring as long as he remains signed.

 


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