Chief Keef Released From Juvenile Detention Center
I hope a lesson is learned from this, You can’t point guns at cops. We will see if our favorite young trap rapper Chief Keef stays out of trouble after being released today. The Chicago rapper served his 60 days probation at a juvenile detention center for violating his probation. Read the full story below:
The 17-year-old rap sensation was taken into custody on Jan. 15 after Judge Carl Anthony Walker, assigned to juvenile court, ruled Chief Keef violated his probation by firing a rifle at a gun range during an on-camera promotion for his music last summer.
Walker today ordered that the rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, be released from the detention center after completing the 60-day sentence.
Chief Keef was serving an 18-month probation following his conviction for pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer. He was prohibited from any contact with guns while on probation.
Two days after he was taken into custody in January, Chief Keef made an impassioned plea to be let go, but the judge refused.