Back in 2017, Chief Keef appeared to be in a whole world of trouble after being arrested for the assault of producer Ramsay Tha Great. The Chicago rapper no long has the charges hanging over his head as it was recently revealed that prosecutors would not go forward with pursuing him.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, neither Chief Keef or the other suspects in the case will be attempted to be brought to justice. The District's Attorney cites some big issues in the case, including one witness refusing to cooperate at this point, and the key witness, Ramsay, being locked up for human trafficking for the next 10 years. So Sosa gets off on this one.

The case was an interesting one from the jump. Ramsay called the cops on Sosa and his associates after he said they burst into his residence and beat him brutally. While some labeled him a snitch, he defended his actions.

"It’s real sad to see my Black community condone home invasion, armed robbery with a deadly assault, hitting me in the face with a AK-47," he said in a video following the incident. "It’s crazy y’all condone that. And now that he’s locked up cause he chose to make that stupid decision to come to my house and do that, I’m the bad guy for putting him in jail?"

A month after the incident Ramsay was arrested on pimping and pandering charges and is now serving out a decade-long sentence.

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