50 Cent is bringing back an oldie, sharing another unreleased visual. This time Fif dropped the video for Chief Keef's "Hate Bein' Sober" featuring Wiz Khalifa, eight years later. The clip was never intended to see the light of day as Keef never actually showed up on set. Unperturbed, 50 and Wiz made a video without him.

The track is off Keef's debut studio album, Finally Rich. However, the rapper spurned the scheduled video shoot without explanation. 50 Cent opened up about the incident on Twitter and criticized the newcomer's unprofessionalism, writing, "[Chief Keef] didn't show up to his own video. I never saw anything like this on the first song." He continued, "Its not funny [Chief Keef] didn't sell any records yet, they will pull the plug on him."

50 Cent and Chief Keef have since made up. In a 2017 Breakfast Club interview the rap mogul said he holds no grudges against Keef for the incident.

While the circumstances of the video are frustrating, the visuals sans Chief Keef are quite amusing. Check out the video below.

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