Before even facing a judge on January 28 due to a probation violation case, Chicago rapper Chief Keef will appear in court tomorrow (January 2) for another violation. According to, this court appearance stems from a move the rapper made from his old neighborhood to the more affluent Northbrook neighborhood.

The move reportedly did not go over too well with Keef’s probation officers who were not made aware of the young rapper’s move to Northbrook.

Following tomorrow’s court appearance, Keef will appear in court later in the month on probation violation charges that stem from an incident in which the Interscope Records signee held a gun while at a gun range during an interview with Pitchfork Media.

Despite the numerous legal issues and other ill occurrences that plagued Chief Keef throughout last year he still managed to release his debut album, Finally Rich, in December.

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