Chief Keef is in the clear after prosecutors dropped home invasion charges against the drill rap pioneer. According to documents obtained by TMZ, issues with key witnesses in the case led to it being dropped altogether.

Producer Ramsay Tha Great, the alleged victim in the case, was convicted of pimping and human trafficking charges. He is currently serving a 10-year prison sentence for his crimes. Another witness, who was allegedly robbed in the incident, can’t be tracked down after initially cooperating with the cops.

Chief Keef was arrested in Los Angeles in January 2017 after police obtained a search warrant of his home in connection with the case. The “Don’t Like” rapper was accused of assaulting Ramsay and robbing him at gunpoint.



Ramsay faced criticism for snitching after he detailed what happened in the home invasion in a 2017 Instagram post.

“Niggas can call me rat, I ain’t never claimed to be a gangster, none of that, nothing,” he said in the video. “I just claimed to be a producer. So you can call me rat, whatever y’all wanna do. I’ll see you in court.”

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