Chief Keef may face possible jail time over a controversial video he shot for Pitchfork that showed him at a gun range. Chicago prosecutors argued yesterday that he violated his probation in the video according to Rolling Stone.
Keef, real name, Keith Cozart, is on 18-months probation for pointing a gun at a Chicago cop. As a result he is prohibited from having any firearms or illegal drugs or associating with gang members.
Cook County prosecutors say that because he can be seen holding a firearm in the video he violated his probation. They also point to a September 30th incident when Chicago police found Keef with members of the Black Disciple gang while responding to a call of gang disturbance. Keef also failed to earn his GED by the deadline set by his probation.
Keef is due back in court on November 30th.
Pitchfork has since pulled the video in response to rapper Lil Jojo's shooting death last month.
Jojo and Keef had been beefing before Jojo was killed.