The rapper did not respond or object to the case filed by mother Aareon "Slim Danger" Clark.
Chief Keef has been declared the father of Zinc Clark, a baby boy born last July to former adult film actress Aareon "Slim Danger" Clark, reports TMZ. A judge made the ruling as part of a case that the rapper never "responded or objected to," leaving the court no choice but to rule in Clark's favor. Due to Keef's lack of cooperation, a paternity test was not performed. Zinc would be Chief Keef's fourth child. No further information is available at this time.
The L.A.-based, Chicago-born rapper has released two projects this year: the straight-ahead Lex Luger-assisted Two Zero One Seven and the long-teased, R&B-leaning opus Thot Breaker. Keef was arrested in Sioux Falls for marijuana possession in June. He was released on bail shortly thereafter.