Chicago rapper Chief Keef is reportedly going to have to cough up over $80,000 to a concert promoter after turning into an Auburn University no-show last year.

According to reports, a judge made the pricey decision in court last week.

Cook County judge this week ordered Chief Keef and his booking agent to pay an Atlanta-based concert promoter more than $82,000 after the South Side rapper skipped a scheduled concert at an Alabama fraternity house last year. (The Chicago Tribune)

Check out what else Chief Keef has been keeping busy with as of late…

A few days ago, Chief joined forces with Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill in video game Grand Theft Auto V Online.

@glonavygaming #GGDCN Warning do not jus run up…. Better off finding the president assassination mod for GTA5!!!!

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Pull up …… PHILLY x CHIRAQ @chieffkeeffsossa #DCGG

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Last week, Meek challenged Keef to Grand Theft Auto V’s online mode.

Squaddddddddd 😂😂😂😂 we looking 4 @chieffkeeffsossa

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Chief joined in on the fun with his own series of Instagram posts and flexed his GTA V crew.

Me and @glonavygaming looking for @meekmill 🚶💥🔫🏃

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Still looking 😂😂😂🌪

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Meek done got me started😂😂😂

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How im Pulling up In Gta w/ @glonavygaming 😂😂😂

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