At this point, Chief Keef's criminal record is about as long as his rap career. Today the young Chicago rapper was taken into custody by police after a judge ruled he had violated his probation.
Chief Keef, whose real name is Keith Cozart, was expected to keep his hands off all firearms for 18 months. However when spotted in a recent Pitchfork Selector clip shooting a gun at a gun-range, the judge chose to bump up his court date and put him behind bars for the time being.
The rapper is scheduled to be sentenced on Thursday.