After he was found in violation of his parole, Chief Keef received his sentencing.
Chief Keef’s legal issues are well documented. After side-stepping jail time in early January for moving without clearing it with his parole officer, a judge gave his ruling against Keef, real name Keith Kozart, for violating probation by appearing in the Pitchfork "Gun Range" clip.
Authorities took Keef into Custody when the judge ruled on Tuesday that Keef had indeed violated probation. Now details have emerged and the Finally Rich rapper will serve two months at the Illinois Youth Center in St. Charles, Ill.
The new comes from Idris “Peeda Pan”Abdul Wahid, a member of the Chi-town rapper’s management team.