News: Chief Keef Promises He's A Changed Man: "I've Growed Up" [Video]
Monday, Nov 11, 2013 2:15PM
Chicago rapper Chief Keef was recently approached by a paparazzo at Los Angeles International Airport and addressed his current legal woes.
Asked about his drug rehab stint, speeding arrests and doing community service with horses, Keef vowed he had matured.
"What up," Keef responded to a paparazzo. "[laughs] Yeah [I'll stop smoking weed after rehab.] Uh, it's cool [working with horses for community service], no comment on that, though. I like working with kids though, that's why. Yeah. [Speeding arrests?] Nah, I already got a driver. My driver's right here [behind me]. I only got my credit cards [today]. I growed up. I glowed up, I mean. I 'grew' up, g-r-e-w. Grew." (TMZ)
Keef hopped onto his Twitter page late Saturday (November 9) and alerted the City of Angels of his arrival.
"In Los Angeles Ain't Seen It In A lil Minute ???? AlmightyGloGod http://instagram.com/p/gg5ru2yQXt/," Keef tweeted November 9 along with photos of him at an airport. (Chief Keef's Twitter)
Buzz behind Keef getting out of jail and preparing for a Cali stint surfaced heading into the weekend.
Chief Keef's a free man again ... sorta ... TMZ has learned he's been released from jail in Chicago and is supposed to check into rehab in California for his weed problems. As TMZ reported ... the 18-year-old rapper had been on probation for speeding ... but landed back in court this week after testing positive for marijuana on three random drug tests. A Chicago judge ordered Keef to rehab ... 'cause he clearly can't stop smoking bud. But ... there's still the matter of his community service ... which he'll begin serving in Chicago after he finishes his stint at the California facility. Keef's lawyer tells us... Chief left jail around 2:15 P.M. CST today ... and his lawyer tells us he'll arrive in LA either tomorrow or Sunday. (TMZ)
Details of Chief's latest legal woes emerged online late Wednesday (November 6).
Teen rapper Chief Keef, who has been in and out of jail multiple times this year, was ordered into a 90-day residential drug treatment program after failing two drug tests, the Cook County sheriff's office said Wednesday. The 18-year-old, whose real name is Keith Cozart, appeared before a judge in Skokie Wednesday and was being transferred to the Cook County Jail Wednesday afternoon. (DNA Info)
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