Chief Keef is in even more trouble than usual. The drill rapper always has some sort of court case brewing — we’ve previously covered his April trip to the ever-lit city of Miami where the cops accused him of being part of a drug deal — but Keef is in even more trouble than previously thought.
The rapper submitted to a urine test, leading the cops to find eight drugs in his system, including morphine, the components of cough syrup and weed, among others.
TMZ listed out the impressive amount of narcotics in his system at the time of the test. Check it out below:
Other Legal Issues
Chief Keef currently has warrants out for his arrest in both California and Florida. The Florida warrant stems from the incident in which he was pulled over and found to be on eight different drugs. He missed a court appearance related to one charge that they hit him with. Then, he failed to appear for his DUI case, so he got hit with a warrant.
Out in California, Keef was found to be driving on a suspended license after being involved in a Hollywood fender-bender. He failed to appear for that court date as well.
Keef was also arrested early last year in relation to an alleged robbery and assault of Ramsay The Great. However, his fans turned on him for snitching on Keef.
“It’s real sad to see my Black community condone home invasion, armed robbery with a deadly assault, hitting me in the face with a AK-47. It’s crazy y’all condone that,” he wrote on Instagram after fans attacked him for snitching. “And now that he’s locked up cause he chose to make that stupid decision to come to my house and do that, I’m the bad guy for putting him in jail?”
Another rapper named Trav perfectly encapsulated the sentiment that Ramsey was railing against.
“This same guy that Chief Keef beat up, he was actin’ like a gangster,” Trav said. “I backed right out on him. Why you got a gun on you? What’s up with you? Who sent you here? Who you here with? Now he’s suing somebody. Look at this guy, this guy’s a sucker.”
It’s terrible that Keef can’t seem to staty out of trouble, because he released a pretty great album last year that was overlooked largely due to his rap sheet. Check out our review of Thot Breaker:
This is a heartfelt R&B album from the same kid who made himself a star holding guns in a crummy apartment and manifesting far-flung suburbanites fears about Chicago’s South Side. Chief Keef is the biggest star and face of some of the most dead-eyed and violent rap genres ever launched. We didn’t expect or need this from him.
But listening with fresh ears, there’s a lot to like from these tender anthems for side chicks and permanently single galavanters.
What do you think? Are you shocked that Keef was able to even drive a car with that much floating around in his system? Are you hoping that he gets it together at some point? Do you think Keef will ever be put away for any real amount of time? Sound off in the comments and be sure to SHARE this article.