Posted by , Sep 21, 2016 at 05:50pm
Keak da Sneak facing charges of driving on a suspended license and evading officers.

Keak da Sneak is making headlines for leading police on a car chase this weekend.

According to CBS Sacramento, Keak, 38, was driving his 1988 Ford Mustang through Hercules, CA, just north of Oakland, when a police officer tried to pull him over. He did not pull over, and police pursued for a quarter mile until he lost control of his car. According to officers on the scene, Keak tried to run into a random apartment and was subsequently arrested on charges of driving on a suspended license and evading officers.

Keak is a Bay Legend best known for coining the term "hyphy," his song "Super Hyphy," and rapping a verse on E-40's ultimate hyphy anthem "Tell Me When To Go." His manager confirmed the arrest in a post on his Instagram page. “Keak is not at all proud of the actions that took place but is very thankful that he was able to walk away from the situation with his life," he wrote. 

To all the fans and everyone that is concerned, We are here to confirm all speculations and to also clear the air on the be half of Keak Da Sneak. Keak was indeed arrested Saturday 9/17 around 1:40am when The police attempted to pull him over for no specific cause. By him having a outstanding warrant , he decided to take them on a run before abandoning his 1988 5.0 Mustang. The chase continued on feet where he was able to hide before getting caught with multiple guns drawn at him. Despite the news reports , This was not his place of residence nor was he trying to attempt to enter into anyone's apartment. Keak is not at all proud of the actions that took place but is very thankful that he was able to walk away from the situation with his life. Keak has court on Thursday.. so please , all prayers are needed Thank you for all the love and support Keak Da Sneak Management approved- #keakdasneak #Bayarea #hyphy #news #highspeedchase

A video posted by Keak Da Sneak (@therealkeakdasneak) on

Hyphy Legend Keak Da Sneak Arrested After Leading Police On Car Chase

Keak da Sneak facing charges of driving on a suspended license and evading officers.


Keak da Sneak is making headlines for leading police on a car chase this weekend.

According to CBS Sacramento, Keak, 38, was driving his 1988 Ford Mustang through Hercules, CA, just north of Oakland, when a police officer tried to pull him over. He did not pull over, and police pursued for a quarter mile until he lost control of his car. According to officers on the scene, Keak tried to run into a random apartment and was subsequently arrested on charges of driving on a suspended license and evading officers.

Keak is a Bay Legend best known for coining the term "hyphy," his song "Super Hyphy," and rapping a verse on E-40's ultimate hyphy anthem "Tell Me When To Go." His manager confirmed the arrest in a post on his Instagram page. “Keak is not at all proud of the actions that took place but is very thankful that he was able to walk away from the situation with his life," he wrote. 

To all the fans and everyone that is concerned, We are here to confirm all speculations and to also clear the air on the be half of Keak Da Sneak. Keak was indeed arrested Saturday 9/17 around 1:40am when The police attempted to pull him over for no specific cause. By him having a outstanding warrant , he decided to take them on a run before abandoning his 1988 5.0 Mustang. The chase continued on feet where he was able to hide before getting caught with multiple guns drawn at him. Despite the news reports , This was not his place of residence nor was he trying to attempt to enter into anyone's apartment. Keak is not at all proud of the actions that took place but is very thankful that he was able to walk away from the situation with his life. Keak has court on Thursday.. so please , all prayers are needed Thank you for all the love and support Keak Da Sneak Management approved- #keakdasneak #Bayarea #hyphy #news #highspeedchase

A video posted by Keak Da Sneak (@therealkeakdasneak) on

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