No Time To Mourn?
As Chief Keef mourns the recent loss of his slain 19-year-old stepbrother, the Chicago rapper is being forced to fight for his freedom earlier than expected. Just one week after Ulysses Gissendanner III was fatally shot in the head, a judge has ordered Chief Keef’s probation hearing be pushed up almost two-weeks.
Now, sources say the teen lyricist’s days of freedom could be numbered.
You may remember Chief Keef – whose real name is Keith Cozart – was originally set to stand before a judge, over a violation of parole, January 28th. The 17-year-old rapper’s new court date is now set to happen January 15th. According to the recording artist’s manager, Idris ‘Peeda Pan’ Wahid, prosecutors may achieve having the teen locked up.
Heres what’s being reported:
“Idris “Peeda Pan” Wahid, who serves as a member of Keef’s management team, is concerned that the prosecutors’ willingness to move the date forward could signal their confidence that Keef in fact violated his probation.