News: Chief Keef Takes After Gucci Mane, Arrested In Georgia

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 11:50AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Newly added Bricksquad member Chief Keef is already following in boss Gucci Mane's footsteps as reports claim police arrested him this week in Georgia.

According to reports, the arrest went down Monday (May 20) although details on the crime are unknown.

Chief Keef -- the 17-year-old rap sensation -- was arrested in DeKalb County, Georgia yesterday for disorderly conduct ... TMZ has learned. The details surrounding the arrest are unclear. According to the booking sheet, Keef -- real name Keith Cozart -- was listed at 5'9" and 160 lbs. Keef is no stranger to the law ... he's been arrested at least two times before -- and even has a gun conviction under his belt. (TMZ)

Keef also confirmed the arrest early Tuesday morning via his Twitter account.

"Jus Got Out Of Dekalb County jail In Atlanta Mad As f*ck," he tweeted May 21st. (Chief Keef's Twitter)

Earlier this month, Keef made headlines after his child support woes surfaced online.

17-year-old rap prodigy Chief Keef is making bank off his music -- GREAT NEWS -- except he knocked up a girl and now has to pay a TON in child support based off his budding income. TMZ broke the story, Keef -- real name Keith Cozart -- was sued for child support? by his middle-school-aged baby mama earlier this year. She claimed Keef fathered her kid -- born in 2011 -- when he was only 15. (TMZ)

A couple weeks ago, the teen rapper officially joined forces with Bricksquad leader Gucci Mane and dropped their joint "Darker" effort.

Gucci Mane is fresh out the clink and tonight drops his first new music since being out. Not only is "Darker" the first song since he has been out, but it also features the most recent signee to Bricksquad, Chief Keef. As you might expect Sosa & Guwop bring out all the levels of the trap gospel on this cut. Gucci's Traphouse 3 is dropping soon. (Free On Smash)

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