Chief Keef In The Slammer For Probation Violation
Chief Keef was held in custody on Tuesday for violating his probation. What exactly did he do? Well, if you remember that little Pitchfork interview that he did at a gun range, then you probably are aware that holding a firearm wasn’t the smartest thing for the 17-year-old to do. Juvenile Court Judge Carl Anthony thought the same and sent the young man to jail, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Walker ruled that by holding the firearm Chief Keef violated the terms of his 18-month probation, a sentence he was given for pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer in 2011, according to Andy Conklin, a spokesman for the Cook County state’s attorney’s office.
The rapper is scheduled to be sentenced before Walker on Thursday, said Conklin.
So, that was real smart. Meanwhile, Chicago police are still looking into the death of rapper Lil Jojo andwhether Keef’s crew played a role in the young man’s demise. Despite all these troubles, Keef recently dropped his debut album Finally Rich on Interscope last month. It makes it mighty difficult to tell our kids that being a good guy actually pays off.