Chief Keef will reportedly participate in a baptism ceremony from a Chicago Reverend upon his release.
Chief Keef is currently serving a two month sentence in juvenile detention for violating his parole. Since taken into custody, he has seen even more legal trouble, including a lawsuit for a missed concert appearance, as well as a claim of unpaid child support from a middle school student. New reports indicate that Keef may be planning to turn his life around, as reverend Corey Brooks explains that he will baptize the teenage rapper upon his release.
Brooks, who's known as Chicago's "Rooftop Pastor" says Keef “is not a bad kid”, and believes his troubles are simply a result of his young age and misperception of things. ”I think people forget he is 17 years old,” said Brooks, adding, “He is an entertainer, that is how he sees himself. But at the same time, he has a God-consciousness. He is not some terror who is wreaking havoc.”
The baptism will reportedly take place at Rev. Brooks’ New Beginnings Church in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood after Keef is through serving his time.