Chief Keef Jailed For Violating His ProbationTuesday, January 15, 2013
According to prosecutors, Keef violated his probation back in June after visiting a gun range in New York - He was prohibited by the judge from having contact with firearms. His attorney argued that he fired a rifle on private property as part of a promotional video, but according to Judge Carl Anthony Walker, the "Sosa" rapper demonstrated a “willful disregard” to the court's orders.
Keef was led out of court in handcuffs and will be held until Thursday when the judge will hold a sentencing hearing.
Chief Keef released his debut album, Finally Rich, in December 2012.