Just a regular day in the life of Chief Keef. The rapper has reportedly been arrested, yet again.

It appears Keef hasn't taken Gucci's advice, as he was arrested upon LEAVING court today. At this time, the charges of the arrest are unknown and the story is still developping, so we'll keep you updated.

As for his court room appearance, that seems to have gone okay. The rapper was there because of last month's reckless speeding, and he pled guilty to the charge.

Cook County Circuit Court Judge Earl Hoffenberg had a few stern words for the Chicago native, "I think you think you're invincible, and you're certainly not. Violate (conditions of the plea agreement) and you'll find out you're not. … I sure hope I don't see you again, because if I do you better be ready to go to jail."

The Chicago Tribune reports that Keef was slapped with a $531 fine, put on probation for 18 months, ordered to do 60 hours community service and undergo random drug testing, as well as complete 8 hours of traffic school.

Keef is currently being detained on the southside for his latest arrest which followed his court appearance. 


[Update: Video Footage Of Chief Keef Being Released] 

Yesterday, Chief Keef was released from the Grand Crossing police station where he was greeted by a slew of news stations and reporters. Keef was accompanied by his manager, Dro, and his grandmother.

Check out the footage of his release below. [Via]