Well, that didn’t work out the way he wanted it to. Chief Keef has made plenty bad decisions from downplaying his co-sign from Kanye West to certain Instagram photos, but I don’t think he’d ever think THIS would be getting him in trouble. Prosecutors have requested that Chief Keef spend time in jail for violating his probation during an interview with Pitchfork which took place at a shooting rage. But that’s not all, he didn’t get his GED by the August deadline and he’s still being investigated for the death of Lil JoJo. This is all going to make some great inspiration for a debut album. Excerpts of the article below.
According to Sun Times:
Chicago Police officials said they wanted Chief Keef placed in juvenile detention to protect himself and others — and to send a message that everyone, including celebrities, must follow the law.
“Anytime he is in Chicago, he is a potential target and anyone around him is in jeopardy, including innocent kids,” said Nicholas Roti, chief of the Chicago Police Department’s Organized Crime Bureau. Late Wednesday, defiant messages were posted on Chief Keef’s Twitter account.
“Prosecutors want me back in jail?! I aint going!!!! … IM out here tryin to get this money & they wanna stop me from shining!!!” Chief Keef also didn’t get his GED by the August deadline set in his probation — another violation, prosecutors said. Chief Keef’s attorney, Berkson, acknowledged the gun range video was “stupid” but argued it was not his client’s fault because he was simply listening to advice from adults.
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