Chicago rapper Chief Keef was sentenced to 60 days in juvenile detention yesterday for violating his probation from a previous gun charge.
Cook County Juvenile Court Judge Carl Anthony Walker said Tuesday that Keef, whose real name is Keith Cozart, exhibited a "clear disregard for the court's authority" by appearing with a gun during a 2012 interview with Pitchfork.com at the West Side Rifle and Pistol Range in New York City.
Keef had to be back in court yesterday for sentencing when he found out his fate.
The 17-year old asked the judge for another chance, but Walker wasn't having it.
"I beg you, please. Give me one more chance to show you I am a very good-hearted person. I have not picked up any more cases. That's not my life anymore," Keef told the judge before breaking down crying according to DNAInfo.com.
Today, Charlamagne Tha God of Power 105.1 gave Keef the "Donkey of the Day" award for sobbing in court during his sentencing.
"I can understand if he got 60 months in prison. Or 60 years in prison. Even if he got 60 days in general population in Chicago I can understand him shedding some tears, but 60 days in juvenile detention? Come on Mr. Gangster?" Charlamagne said.
Check out the rest of what Charlamagne had to say up top.