Chief Keef’s infamous Pitchfork interview has been deemed a violation of his probation.

The 17-year old Chicago rapper born Keith Cozart was taken into police custody following a hearing in juvenile court. Cook County Juvenile Court Judge Carl Anthony Walker stated that the rapper had a, “clear disregard for the court’s authority” in appearing with a gun during an interview with Pitchfork.

Keef was arrested in December 2011 for pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer and a subsequent chase that resulted with the rapper being charged with four felonies. In January 2011, he was arrested and charge with heroin manufacturing and distribution near a school. Since he was underage at the time, he was determined to be “delinquent” and served house arrest.

[via FSD]

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