A judge sentenced rapper Chief Keef to 60 days behind bars for violating his probation after he illegally fired a weapon during a video interview at a New York gun range last year (12), which went against the terms of his probation on a 2011 firearms conviction.
Chief Keef, 17, will spend his time in a juvenile detention center for the duration of his sentence, and he may appeal the ruling after 30 days behind bars.
Due to the sentence, Chief Keef will have to cancel a planned U.S. tour.
In related news, a promotional company is suing rapper Chief Keef for allegedly backing out of a high-profile show at London’s Indigo O2 Arena on December 29, 2012. According to Team Major, Keef, real name Keith Cozart, left thousands of disappointed fans seeking refunds. Executives are now seeking $75,000 in damages, according to AllHipHop.com.