We’re sure 17-year-old rapper Chief Keef will add jail time to the “ish he don’t like” now that he is a free man.
Just in time for Spring Break, the South Side Chicago native walked out of the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center after completing his 60-day sentence for violating his probation for a gun conviction.
Keef’s exit was all caught on camera with about two dozen family members and supporters greeting him on his exit and handing him his baby. Another family member carried a garbage bag full of notebooks – possible rap lyrics Chief Keef had written while locked up.
Keef violated his probation by firing a rifle at a gun range during an on-camera promotional event. The rapper was already serving an 18-month probation following a conviction for pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer. Based on his sentence, Keef was prohibited from having any contact with guns.
Two days after he was taken into custody in January, Chief Keef begged the judge to be let go, but the judge refused. “I’m sorry for all the wrong I have done,” the choked-up Chief Keef said at the time. “I just want you to know I can do (better).”
Let’s hope the young rapper stays out of trouble and his “bid” taught him a lesson.
Watch Chiefs Exit Below…