After serving two months in a Chicago juvenile detention center, Chief Keef was freed Thursday (March 14) to a mob of people, who captured it all on video.
The teen rapper’s release was a joyous one. He was greeted by his Glory Boyz Entertainment crew, family members and his young daughter, all happy to see him.
During his incarceration, Keef seemed to have penned a lot of material. When he was leaving the facility, a police officer handed a bag of notebooks filled with lyrics to one of his team members.
However, almost immediately after getting out of lock-up, police were concerned about a posting on Keef’s Facebook wall, taunting a deceased Gangster Disciples member. “F*** a TOOKA gang!!! B*TCH IM 3 Hunna,” he wrote, according to the Chicago Sun Times.
“Tooka” was the nickname of Shondale Gregory, a 15-year-old who shot to death at a bus stop at 63rd and St. Lawrence on January 2011 in the Woodlawn neighborhood on the South Side. “He’s heating things up before he’s even out,” one police source said.
Keef is reportedly affiliated with the Black Disciples.