Chief Keef and his posse can’t seem to stay out of the cops’ path, as the Chicago police are reportedly not happy with the posters plastered all over the city, promoting Keef’s debut album.
The police recently asked Pitchfork to turn over a gun-range video featuring Chief Keef, which could contribute to a probation violation. Keef has been serving an 18-month probation for pointing a gun at police officers.
Keef has been allowed to go to L.A. to finish his debut album, Finally Rich, but that doesn’t mean Chicago has let up off him.
According to the Sun-Times, police are looking for the street team responsible for plastering Keef’s face all over the city.
The police in Chicago are not happy with whoever hung Keef’s posters everywhere, and those who put in the work will face citations, the police say.
Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman spoke on Chief Keef’s fame:
It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero. But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.
Ashton Tyler | Elite.
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