Chief Keef Plans on Baptism When He’s Released From Juvenile Detention


Chief Keef is looking to religion once he is released from juvenile detention.

The Sun Times reports that Rev. Corey Brooks wants to baptize Keef, he said on Friday.

The Chicago minister, who is known as the “rooftop pastor,” plans on helping Keef take a vow into Christianity. He has visited Keef at the juvenile detention facility in St. Charles and shared his insights on the 17-year-old.

“I think people forget he is 17 years old,” Brooks said. “He is not a bad kid.”

He added that Keef “has had a chance to think” to understand his impact as an young entertainer.

“He is an entertainer, that is how he sees himself. But at the same time, he has a God-consciousness. He is not some terror who is wreaking havoc.”

The pastor plans on baptizing Keef at the New Beginnings Church in the Woodlawn neighborhood.

[via Sun Times]

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    It’s good he wants to change but how will his friends fill about this.

    • young jopey from the north

      about as good as your spelling


    • jai

      so not very will

    • Brian Ruiz

      lol especially Fredo that guy has a upside cross tatted on his forehead like a dumbass

  • $Dreamer.

    GOD BLESS Chief Keef and the rest of GBE. Only GOD can judge them not the public.

    • The tom bomb

      actually its vice versa haha

    • da bomb tom

      actually its vice versa haha

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  • Tyler King

    Don’t drown!

  • LuiKang

    I smell a Reverend Sosa one day…