Chief Keef is already set to appear in court on January 28 for his probation violation case involving a police officer. Now, the Chicago rapper will appear in court today for another separate violation.
Keef recently made a move to a more upscale neighborhood called Northbrook with his uncle. The problem stems from Keef not telling his probation officer of his change of address. According to police sources, Keef has been ordered back in court for an alleged probation violation.
Despite the legal troubles Keef has faced this past year, he released his Interscope debut, Finally Rich. It moved more than 50,000 copies its first week.
UPDATE: Chicago Tribune reports that Keef appeared in front of a Cook County judge today. They ruled that there wasn’t “any credible evidence” that the South Side rapper moved from his Dolton home. This means that Keef will remain free.