It's safe to say that Chief Keef has had better weeks.
The teen rapper, a.k.a. Keith Cozart, whose debut album Finally Rich was released last month and reached No. 2 on the Billboard rap charts, was sentenced to two months in a juvenile detention center for violating his probation stemming from a firearm incident. And then things just got worse from there...
Chief's 18-month probation sentence stemmed from an incident where he pointed a gun at Chicago police officers and prosecutors claimed he has repeatedly violated the terms of his probation. Most recently, he visited a New York gun range in a promotional video for his music, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. He reportedly pled guilty in order to not be sentenced to juvenile hall, but Judge Carl Anthony Walker did not show mercy due to the rapper's "blatant violations of the court's order."
And if that's not bad enough, Chief Keef is being sued for child support by a middle schooler. The unidentified girl reportedly fathered his child back in 2011, when Chief was 15 and she was somewhere between 12-14 years old, according to TMZ. In his home state of Illinois, it's illegal for people under the age of 17 to have sex even in a consensual relationship and the older participant can be charged with criminal sexual abuse.
The crime carries a one-year jail sentence and mandatory registration as a sex offender, but since the girl's parents haven't filed charges yet, it's unlikely they will now.
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