Chief Keef Kidnapped, Forced Into Medical Center In “F*ck Rehab” Clip [Video]

Chief Keef Kidnapped, Forced Into Medical Center In “F*ck Rehab” Clip [Video]

Chicago rapper Chief Keef is riding the momentum from his “F*ck Rehab” anthem by releasing an accompanying music video which features him going through extremes to escape a treatment center.

Keef’s new Blood Money-assisted music video premiered online Thursday (March 13).

They tried to make him go to rehab, but he said no, no, no. Chief Keef escapes treatment in the video for his new single “F*ck Rehab” featuring Blood Money. The clip opens with footage from the embattled rapper’s May 2013 arrest for speeding. After being kidnapped and taken to a rehab facility, he manages to free himself in the middle of the night. “Go get what ever u need to get high as fuck and turn up to my new video fuck rehab,” tweeted the Chicago teen. (Rap-Up)

The teenage rapper’s new song surfaced online Tuesday (March 11).

If you were wondering how Chief Keef feels about the 90-day stint he just completed in rehab, his latest single has all of the answers. The Chicago rapper, born Keith Cozart, was mandated to enter rehab after failing multiple drug tests while on probation, and that has inspired the new track “F–k Rehab.” Produced by Bezz Luciano, with a feature from GBE’s Blood Money, the songs sounds pretty much like what we’ve come to expect from Keef. (MTV)

A new pic of Keef donning pigtails and smoking landed online a few days ago.

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)

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)

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