Chicago rapper Chief Keef may want to start practicing how long he can hold his breath or invest in a mask as reports claim he has received an unusually smelly community service order.
According to reports, Keef will perform acts including cleaning up horse manure in order to fulfill his community service.
Rapper Chief Keef is literally becoming a naysayer. … because of a very unorthodox form of community service he’s been ordered to perform. Keef — who was arrested for speeding and given 60 hours of community service — will do the time at a Chicago area equestrian center which uses horses to provide physical and occupational therapy for people with disabilities. The folks at Horsefeathers tell us … Keef will feed and groom the animals. He’ll also clean the barn and scoop up horse poop. BTW… Keef has other legal problems — he was just ordered to go to rehab for violating his probation by testing positive for marijuana. The judge chose rehab because … well, how much horses**t can one person really handle. (TMZ)
Details of Chief’s latest legal woes surfaced online late Wednesday (November 6).
Teen rapper Chief Keef, who has been in and out of jail multiple times this year, was ordered into a 90-day residential drug treatment program after failing two drug tests, the Cook County sheriff’s office said Wednesday. The 18-year-old, whose real name is Keith Cozart, appeared before a judge in Skokie Wednesday and was being transferred to the Cook County Jail Wednesday afternoon. (DNA Info)
Keef won’t have time to lay down new records with the 90-day drug treatment sentence on deck.
He will likely spend at least one night in jail before being transferred to Haymarket Center, a residential drug treatment facility where he must complete a 90-day sentence, the sheriff’s office said. “In court Finna go to Jail Judge Wants to send me Back,” the rapper tweeted at 3:10 p.m. Wednesday after appearing at the Skokie Courthouse. “Judge Putting me Back in jail See y’all later” (DNA Info)
Chief was released from a jail stint a few weeks ago.
After just nine days in the Cook County Jail for failing a required drug test, the rapper known as Chief Keef was released Wednesday morning. Keith Cozart, 18, walked out of the jail at 8:55 a.m., according to Cook County Sheriff’s office spokeswoman Sophia Ansari. He had been in jail since Oct. 15, when he was ordered to jail for 20 days after testing positing for marijuana. Cozart received one day’s credit from the sentencing judge. The sheriff’s office confirmed he received another 10 days credit but could not provide further details. (Chicago Sun-Times)