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Chief Keef is best known for being a singer. Born Keith Cozart, he's got a large fan base with his mixtapes and his debut album, Finally Rich, which was released at the end of 2012. He's also the CEO of his own record label, Glory Boyz Records, and he's heading the rap group Glo Gang. He was born on August 15, 1995 in Chicago, IL. He worked with Kanye West on the remix to his hit, “I Don't Like.” He released his first mixtape at the age to 15.
|Age||23 years old|
|Birthday & Zodiac|
|Birth Date||August 15, 1995|
|Birth Place||Chicago, IL|
- Song Writer
- Music Producer
- He released his first mixtape at the age of fifteen.
- Finally Rich – 2012
- Bang 3, Part 1 -2015
- Bang 3, Part 2 – 2015
- Dedication – 2017
Chief Keef Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Chief Keef is 24 years old, he is 6′ 0″ tall with Dark Brown eyes and Black hairs. His body measurements are still not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac sign is Leo.
|Height (Approx.)||6 Ft 0 In|
|Weight (Approx.)||76 Kg|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Dress Size||Not Known|
|Shoe Size||Not Known|
- His song “I Don't Like” hit U.S. # 15. Rap charts for 2012.
Chief Keef Legal Issues
- On 27 January 2011, Chief Keef was arrested on charges of heroin manufacture and distribution. As a juvenile offender, he was found to be a “delinquent” rather than guilty of his charges and served time under house arrest. He left his grandma's home in December 2011, wearing a coat over his hands in front of his waistband. The cop stopped to ask the singer. He lowered his hat, flashed his pistol, and ran away. Officers pursued the then-16-year-old, who had turned around many times and pointed a pistol at them. The cops “discharged their guns” but they missed it. He was captured and he retrieved the loaded weapon. Chief Keef was charged with three counts of aggravated assault by a police officer with a firearm and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. He was also charged with a misdemeanor for resisting arrest. He was held in the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center until a judge sentenced him to house arrest at his grandma's home.
- On 5 September 2012, Chicago Police announced that Chief Keef was being investigated for potential links to the shooting death of his fellow rapper and Englewood native, Joseph Coleman, who performed under the stage name “Lil JoJo.” It started after Chief Keef mocked his death on Facebook, which he later said was the result of the hacking of his account. Coleman's mother publicly believed that Chief Keef had been paid to kill her family. Cook County prosecutors asked the judge to hold him to juvenile custody on 17 October 2012 for alleged breach of parole. It was in response to a video interview he conducted at the shooting range, which included footage of the weapon. A hearing was set for 20 November 2012, but was eventually postponed and moved to 15 January 2013. The court ordered Pitchfork Media, which had posted the video that had now been removed, to provide the footage of the interview. On 31 December 2012, Chief Keef was summoned to the court for a new and unrelated suspected violation of parole. The prosecutors claimed that he had not notified his juvenile parole officer of a change of address. A hearing was set for 2 January 2013. Although prosecutors requested that he be jailed, Cook County Judge Carl Anthony Walker allowed him to remain free, saying that he had not been presented with “any credible evidence” to justify his incarceration.
- Chief Keef was taken into custody on 15 January 2013, after a juvenile court judge found that the gun range video interview represented a probation violation. Two days later, he was sentenced to two months in a juvenile detention center and was made a state ward. He was released on 14 March 2013. On 17 January 2013, Chief Keef was sued by Team Major, a D.C .- based marketing firm, for $75,000 for a missed series.
- Chief Keef was arrested on 5 March 2014 in Highland Park, Illinois, for driving under the influence of marijuana, for driving on a revoked license and for not having proof of insurance.
Chief Keef Controversies
- In an August 2012 interview with Baltimore radio station 92Q Jams, Lupe Fiasco claimed that Chief Keef “fears” him and described him as a “hoodlum” and a symbol of Chicago's “skyrocketing” murder rate. A tweet from Chief Keef's account threatening Fiasco was posted on 5 September. Chief Keef believed that his account had been compromised and that the tweet was not his. On 13 September 2012, Fiasco published a video interview in which Chief Keef was amended.
- In November 2014, the rap group Migos and the leader of Glo Gang, Capo, engaged in a violent altercation in the Chicago restaurant. Later, Chief Keef posted an image to Instagram showing an alleged stolen chain belonging to the rapper Quavo of Migos. While this incident exacerbated the already existing friction between the leaders of the two parties, the conflict seemed to have ended.
- On September 15, 2012, Chief Keef posted an explicit photo of him receiving a blowjob from a female fan to Instagram, which he deleted shortly afterwards. However, his account was subsequently blocked for breaching the terms of service of Instagram. Since then, he has built another Instagram account, and his activities on the app have been reported by various media.
Family & Relatives
|Children||Kimora, Krue, Sno & Kayden|
|Relatives||Keith Carter (Uncle)|
- He collaborated with Kanye West to remix his hit, “I Don't Like.”
Chief Keef Net Worth
Chief Keef is a well-known and popular Rapper. The main and primary source of his income comes from Music. Let’s check how rich Chief Keef is in 2020?
|Net Worth (2020)||$1.5 Million|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Music (profession).|