Tag: Chief Keef
WGN is reporting that Northfield Police in suburban Chicago are investigating an alleged shooting at the home of Chief Keef (or Chief Reef as they called him) and his manager, Dro. Now, these reports are unconfirmed and appear to be a bit sketchy right now. Another ruse? Or is this something more serious?
Police in Northfield roped off an area around a home in the north suburb as part of a shooting investigation.
The home is on Happ Road.
Police told WGN they are investigating a shooting at a home that may be owned by the manager of rapper Chief Reef.
There are also unconfirmed reports that Chief Keef was renting the home.
Chief Keef , 18, has had several run-ins with the law and has already been convicted of weapons and drug charges.
The North Regional Major Crimes Task Force was also at the scene.
Update: Complex claims Keef is now in custody and someone was, in fact, shot at Keef’s residence:
Keef’s latest single is “Fuck Rehab,” but he just might be headed back there after a recent arrest for driving under the influence in the ritzy suburb of Highland Park. On top of the DUI charges, Keef was also popped for expired tags, driving with a suspended license and no proof of insurance. The arrest happened on March 5th, and flew under the radar until TMZ brought it to light this morning.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, Keef was pulled over in Highland Park, IL early in the AM on March 5th for having expired tags on his 2010 Jeep Cherokee. When officers approached the vehicle, we’re told it reeked of pot and, according to our sources, Keef openly admitted to smoking before driving.
We’re told police administered a field sobriety test and Keef choked. He was placed under arrest at the scene. In addition to DUI, Keef was also charged with driving on a suspended license and cited for having no proof of insurance.
The rapper was subsequently released after posting $300 bail.
Directed by Brandon Zehrer (Twin City CEO) and produced by 12Hunna.
Keef makes it count with this dope new visual. Sosa, baby.
Keef has no time for rehab, and this newly released mini-movie proves that. Watch as the opps try to send Keef back to rehab for good. It’s an epic thriller.
Keep an open eye for all three of Keef’s new projects dropping this year.
Produced by Bezz Luciano
New Sosa. He’s fresh out of rehab, but he doesn’t care about rehab, therefore he says “F*ck Rehab.” Blood Money adds a few bars to this infections steel-drum-tinged new single from Keef’s forthcoming Interscope album as well. Middle fingers up.
It’s official. The first single from Keef’s sophomore Interscope album is going to be “Fuck Rehab.” Fresh out of rehabilitation for narcotics abuse, Keef sets out to shock the world yet again as he tosses his middle finger at the place where we resided much of last year.
Today we get the official artwork from the Glo Gang camp. When will we get to hear the song? I’m told very shortly. A video has also been shot for the single. Stay tuned.
Produced by Zaytoven and Cassius Jay
One of my favorite Sosa adlibs is his money machine noise. Admit it, you love it too. Well, he doesn’t necessarily bring that back on “Cashier,” but it does evoke that feeling.
This serves as a loosie from MuzikFene, DJ Genius and 3rdy Baby’s forthcoming mixtape Sour Diesel 11. Get rich to this.
Okay, are you keeping score at home? If not, you might want to get out a pencil to write all of this down because it’s getting a bit confusing. So due out in the coming weeks/months from Chief Keef are: Back From The Dead 2, Bang 3 and now Bang 4. Oh, and an album.
But Bang 4 is actually an EP, and supposed to come out prior to Bang 3. Because Bang 4 is the lead up EP to the Bang 3 album. Got it? You confused? We’ll put together a chart for you soon. Check out the cover art above.
A DJ Hustlenomics Exclusive
With 12 Hunna and Tarantino BSM on the beat, Boss Top grabs the Glo Gang chief, Chief Keef, for a brand new joint dedicated to the herbal arts. Puff, puff play. Check it out below and salute Hustlenomics for the look. Attention haters.
Boss Top’s At Yo Neck project is due out later this year via Savage Squad records.