The 20 year old signed with bosses at the web-streaming service earlier this year (15) and they were working together to host a series of hologram concerts, which were subsequently shut down in several cities including Hammond, Indiana and Los Angeles.

And now FilmOn founder Alki David and Keef's relationship has been put on hold over issues the boss has with the rapper's management.

"Chief Keef's contract was suspended two weeks ago because his management went off and did a tour without our approval," David tells VladTV.com. "Not happy with the direction they are taking him.

"Same s**t over and over. Limiting his appeal to a wider audience and I'm not saying he should sell out, just be more prolific... I don't blame Keith - I blame his shady management - Keith is a f**king rap superstar."

According to the publication, David has also repossessed the BMW i8 he gave Chief Keef as a gift.

The news comes weeks after a scheduled Chief Keef hologram performance in Los Angeles was shut down by Los Angeles police officers over permit issues.

The concert was originally scheduled to take place inside the Fonda Theatre, but the gig was cancelled following a security dispute between bosses at entertainment company AEG, the venue and Chief Keef's representatives.

A statement from Alki David read: "Just pathetic. The city of Los Angeles was clearly doing the dirty work of corporate giant AEG by shutting down Chief Keef's festival. It was shaping up to be a great night."