News: Chief Keef Rehab Lessons Go Up In Smoke In New Bathroom Selfie
Saturday, Mar 8, 2014 7:19PM
Chicago rapper Chief Keef is reportedly back to his old days after completing a court-ordered rehab stint as seen in a weed-inspired new photo.
A new pic of Keef donning pigtails and smoking has started to make its rounds online.
Looks like Chief Keef learned tons in rehab ... just weeks after completing his court-ordered stint, the rapper posted a smoked out selfie. C.K. posted the pic on Instagram Friday night with caption the "At Home" ... showing off his hair in fancy pigtails. You'll recall ... Keef was released from jail back in December but a judge ordered him to rehab for failing 3 drug tests while on probation. Keef might consider ... the judge was already pissed off at him. (TMZ)
Recent reports revealed the overnight rap star was expected to kick his feet up in Los Angeles for good this year.
Chief Keef is officially out of rehab, but reports suggest the rapper is "going, going, back, back to Cali" after visiting his daughter in Chicago. The controversial cultural icon recently completed his court mandated rehab stint in Orange County, and plans to return to LA after his February 28th progress hearing. Chief Keef's new recording studio is in LA, which may be the reason he has decided to make the jump. Keef has already worked with Kanye West on his new project, who lives in LA with Kim Kardashian. (XXL Mag)
In his first interview since entering rehab, Keef recently revealed the hardship of being stuck in a Southern California center.
"It's like being locked up," Chief Keef, 18, tells Billboard, in his first interview since he entered rehab. "And when I'm locked up, I don't want anybody to come see me. I won't let my family come here. I haven't seen my 2-year-old daughter." Keef says he hasn't even been in the water, just steps away. "The beach is cool, but it's just water," he says. "I can't do salt water -- f*cks my eyes up." (Billboard)
The rap star was due in court on February 28 to learn his fate from a Chicago judge.
The court date looms heavy on his mind, but it does have an added benefit: He'll finally be home. "I know it's cold, but I love Chicago. I ain't going to miss Orange County -- I feel like I'm going to die in this motherf*cker." (Billboard)