While Chief Keef has managed to keep his nose clean recently, one of his Glo Gang artists was recently charged with a Detroit homicide. According to KollegeKidd, Yae Yae Jordan, recently turned himself into authorities and was charged with a September murder that occurred at a Motor City nightclub. The shooting incident, which left one person dead and a few others injured, occurred at club DejaVu. Yae Yae, born Cordell Jones, has reportedly been on the run since the shooting. Before turning himself in, he posted at video proclaiming his innocence (above). "ATF outside, n-gga, they got me," he says on camera. "I'm innocent, n-gga. I ain't do sh-t. I'ma take it like a man," he continued. "Here I come. Hold me down, n-ggaa, for real. Yae Yae I love yall."

Y2J reportedly signed with Chief Keef's Glo Gang in July. Keef appeared on the remix for the Detroit rapper's song "Strapped" later that month. He was reportedly prepping the release of his first project on the Chicago rapper's label later this year.

UPDATE: Despite tweets that infer Yae Yae was knighted into Chief Keef's camp back in July, XXL has confirmed with Sosa's manager Peeda Pan that Jordan is not officially signed to Chief Keef's Glo Gang imprint.

[via Vlad]