Chief Keef Sentenced to 90 Days of Rehab

Chief Keef Sentenced to 90 Days of Rehab
The legal troubles continue for rebellious rap teen Chief Keef. Following two failed drug tests, the 18-year-old Chicago resident also known as Keith Cozart has been sentenced to 90 days of drug rehab.

The Chicago Tribune reports that, yesterday (November 6), a judge ordered Keef to go to the residential treatment facility Haymarket Center. Before he goes there, however, he will have another hearing today (November 7) to clarify whether he should be taken to a guarded rehab centre. He is currently in custody.

Keef had been subjected to random drug tests following the speeding ticket he incurred over the summer. Last month, he was sentenced to 20 days in jail after failing his first drug test, but he got out early.

Yesterday, when he was sentenced, Keef posted an Instagram photo with the message, "Judge Putting me Back in jail See y'all later." He even used a couple of emojis to drive the point home.

This is just the latest in a string of legal difficulties for Keef, who has faced trespassing charges, been slapped with paternity suits, gotten arrested for smoking weed, been charged with pointing a gun at police, and then violated his probation over another gun incident.

Still, this isn't stopping Keef from eyeing a pair of new releases: Bang 3 and Gloyalty.