Arrest Warrant Issued For Chief Keef After No-Show At Child Support Hearing

Arrest Warrant Issued For Chief Keef After No-Show At Child Support Hearing

Chief Keef didn’t show up for his child support hearing in Chicago, and so the judge issued a warrant for his arrest.

Chief Keef’s arrest tally just keeps mounting, and he’ll soon be adding another one. The reckless rapper had a child support hearing at the beginning of September, and neglected to show up. The hearing was scheduled for Keef to explain why he hasn’t been making his court-ordered child support payments,

As we previously reported, there was a possibility an arrest warrant would be issued for Keef if he didn’t show up to the court date, and that’s what happened. TMZ says that Chicago police have been told to arrest Keef if he’s spotted, and bring him until jail until he pays off at least 1/5th of his child support debt (he was ordered to pay $2,600 a month, and so far he’s only paid $1,900).

This isn’t an unfamiliar situation for Keef, who has been arrested several times in the past months.


Cheif Keef Officialy Member Of 1017 Brick Squad !

Chief Keef has reportedly filled Waka Flocka Flame’s spot in 1017 Brick Squad. Gucci Mane, while currently paroled from an aggravated assualt trial, welcomed the Glory Boyz Entertainment/Interscope Records artist Chief Keef to the fold on Twitter today, as reported by In the tweet, Gucci also included a logo of 1017 Glo Gang, which is a hybrid of both artists’ imprints.

Chief Keef newest member of Bricksquad1017 bmg gbe mpa #turnup…

—Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) May 8, 2013

Brick Squad, which is both a group and a record label, includes OJ Da Juiceman, Young Scooter and Wooh Da Kid. Besides Gucci, the label’s biggest star was Atlantic/Warner Bros. Records artist Waka Flocka Flame. In early March, Waka, who owns Brick Squad Monopoly was outed by 1017 Brick Squad, allegedly following a verbal dispute between he and Gucci Mane.


Yesterday, Gucci Mane revealed that he will reveal Trap House III later this month, on May 21—over six weeks earlier than planned.

Last year, Chicago, Illinois-based Chief Keef signed with Interscope before releasing his studio debut, Finally Rich. The effort debuted in the Top 30 of the charts, selling approximately 50,000 units.