Chief Keef hit with $10,000 bench warrant after missing DUI hearing | HipHopDX

Chief Keef is a wanted man after missing a court appearance earlier this week in California as a result of his June 2021 DUI arrest.

According to TMZa California judge has issued a $10,000 bond against Chief Keef (born Keith Cozart) for failing to appear in court on Wednesday (November 2).

There was already an outstanding warrant in the case when Sosa was pulled over for a routine traffic stop in October, where police ran his license plates and picked up the DUI arrest. He was charged with driving with a suspended license and released without bail.

This is far from it Chief Keef’s first run in with the law as he has compiled prior cases with charges that include aggravated assault, probation violations, driving under the influence of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On the music side of things, the Chicago drill pioneer is scheduled to unleash his Almighty So 2 album on December 16. The project features a pair of previously released singles, “Tony Montana Flow” and “Racks Stuffed Inna Couch”. Keef was spotted in the studio with Juelz Santana in September, which could possibly mean they collide for their first collaboration on the project.

“I can’t feel my face, dumb ass,” Chief Keef said in a tribute to Juelz.

Back in July, Juelz Santana took to his Instagram to declares Chief Keef “THE GOAT” for pioneering drill music around the world.

Santana posted a photo listening to Keef’s 2012 praise Finally rich album with the title: “BOREN [goat emojis] @chieffkeeffsossa… GIVE HIM HIS FLOWERS… LIKE IT OR NOT THE BOY CHANGED THE GAME…”

While Juelz gave Sosa his flowers, Charlamagne Tha God stopped by to include Chief Keef in his Mount Rushmore of influential rappers.

“I won’t say the order number, but there are four: Kanye [West]JAY-Z, [2]Pac and [Lil’] Wayne,” Charlagmagne said. “The four most influential rappers of all time.”

One of the hosts asked about Chief Keef, and the radio Hall of Famer replied, “No, you know why I don’t put Chief Keef in there? Because Chief Keef didn’t influence the world, he influenced the sound of a region. The four people I named literally affected people all over the world.”

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