Chief Keef may want to consider penning a “Thank-You” letter to a local judge who decided to decline prosecutors’ requests to have him jailed for reportedly violating his probation recently.
According to reports, Keef’s decision to quietly move into a new home without giving his probation officer a head’s up did not serve as reason enough to throw him behind bars.
Cook County prosecutors sought to have rapper Chief Keef jailed Wednesday for allegedly violating his probation but a judge declined to lock him up. The 17-year-old musician, whose real name is Keith Cozart, failed to notify his probation officer that he was living in upscale Northbrook, prosecutors said. Juvenile court Judge Carl Anthony Walker refused to jail Cozart. Instead, he said he would consider the issue on Jan. 28, when a hearing already was set for a separate alleged probation violation involving the rapper. (Chicago Sun-Times)
Keef boasted about his legal team and flaunted a photo of his new home on Instagram following the hearing.
“BigGucciSosa300 ?@ChiefKeef #NewCrib http://instagr.am/p/T_oM0qSQYA/”
And now…click here to see Keef’s alleged new house.
This is EbenGregory.com…telling you this makes me sleepy.