Warrant out for chief keef

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An arrest warrant was issued for Chief Keef in reference for his $10K in child support.

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CHIEF KEEF Being Lazy Cost Me $230,000

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How NOT to Handle a Lawsuit 101: a lesson brought to you by Chief Keef. The 17-year-old rapper was sued by a concert promotion company called Team Major back in March … which claimed Keef screwed ‘em over by bailing on a London gig — set to go down Dec. 29th 2012. TM claimed Keef’s stunt cost them OVER $75,000, including his advance.

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Soulja Boy Has A Lot Of Money In His Pants

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Soulja Boy is 23 years old and has more money in his sweat pants than you’ll see in a year … which he happily showed off to our pretty jealous photog. Soulja was strollin’ around in LA Saturday when our camera guy asked if he was still celebrating his bday (it was July 28) — at which point Soulja went all Chief Keef on him and flashed some bills.

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Chief Keef’s Stepbrother Murdered

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The violence that plagued Chicago for much of 2012 has spilled over into the new year and it has claimed the life of Chief Keef’s stepbrother.

According DNAinfo.com Ulysses “Chris” Gissendanner III was fatally shot in the back of the head in the Far South Side section of the city on Wednesday, Jan 2. The 19-year-old was reportedly sitting in a car while visiting an uncle when he was fired upon. Gissendanner, who raps under the moniker YPN Boomtown, is purportedly the stepson of Keef’s biological father, Alfonso Cozart.

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Prosecutors Say Chief Keef Violated Probation

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Prosecutors argued in juvenile court Wednesday (October 17) that 17 year old rapper Chief Keef belongs in juvenile detention for violating his probation, The Chicago Sun-Times is reporting. The rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, is on probation for pointing a gun at a Chicago cop. The probation bans him from having any guns, any illegal drugs, and associating in any way with gang members.

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Have We Outgrown Hip-Hop?

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When hip-hop legend Knowledge B. Born headed to the stage to finally receive his Hip-Hop Lifetime Achievement Award, he clutched in his right hand a speech written in graffiti that he had wanted to deliver for years. He planned to put the entire audience of rap superstars on blast for destroying the culture he helped create. But, when he looked into the faces of a room full of rich kids half his age, who were either half asleep or busy textin’, he just crumbled up his notes, said “Ya’ll keep doin’ your thing,” and left the stage. Leaving the crowd whispering amongst themselves, “Who was that old dude…”

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