Chief Keef Sued for $75,000 over London Concert No-Show

Chief Keef Sued for $75,000 over London Concert No-Show
Clearly, this just hasn't been Chicago rapper Chief Keef's week. First, the controversial hip-hop figure was jailed for violating his parole by handling a firearm in a recent video. Now, Keef's been slapped with a lawsuit for failing to appear at a gig in London, England.

As All Hip Hop reports, Washington, DC-based show promoters Team Major, LLC are filing the suit with the United States District Court for the District of Columbia against the "Love Sosa" spitter for not showing up to a December 29 concert at London's Indigo 02 Arena. According to the plaintiffs, Keef didn't offer a reason as to why he didn't make it to the venue; the company was forced to issue refunds for the concert.

Team Major is asking for $75,000 in damages. No doubt, that's the shit Keef don't like.

The rapper has yet to respond to the allegations, but this wouldn't be the first time he's spaced on a previously arranged engagement.

Today (January 17), Keef is also expected to receive his sentence for his recent parole violations.

UPDATE: As DNA Info reports, Chief Keef was sentenced today to 60 days in jail for his parole violations.