A Chicago judge issued a warrant for the arrest of Chief Keef Monday morning after he failed to appear in court.
It looks like Chief Keef is getting himself into trouble once again. This time it’s for a no show in court.
According to the Chicago Tribune, a warrant for the arrest of Chief Keef was issued on Monday by a Cook County judge after the Chicago rapper failed to appear in court on a child support case.
Judge Maureen P. Feerick issued the warrant for the South Side rapper, legally named Keith Cozart, after he did not show up for a hearing on alleged back child support he owed the mother of his 17-month-old daughter. The state’s attorney’s office filed a petition last month alleging that Cozart owed more than $10,000 in back child support.
In a telephone interview, the child’s mother, Erica Early, said Cozart had made a few payments earlier this year but never fully caught up on his obligations. She said Cozart has not seen his daughter in at least a few months, but however does provide health insurance for the child.
The case is just one of two pending child support cases against the rapper in Cook County.
This isn't anything new for Chief Keef as he's faced multiple run-ins with the law, his most recent being the loss of his home in Highland Park, Illinois last month. I don’t know if he’ll ever learn.
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