Chief Keef Turns Himself Into Police

Chief Keef just revealed he would be turning himself into authorities early Tuesday morning.

Sosa will be spending the next 20 days in jail after testing positive for marijuana, according to The Chicago Tribune. This is a violation of his probation.

The “Almight So” rapper issued a statement to fans via Instagram this morning.

“Outside The Court House Turnin My Self In But Fuck It I Got Niggas Facin More Then That ! For Shit Like killin Police officer,” the caption on Sosa’s photo read.

Chief Keef then thanked his fans for their love and support.

“Walking in Court See y’all asses Later!

“Love All My Fans With Out y’all I Wouldn’t Get Far #FinallyRich,” he wrote.

GBE rapper Tadoe was outside the courthouse in support of Sosa.

“Outside the court House Turning So in free #Almighty,” he wrote on Instagram.

It has been more money, more problems for Sosa since his induction into the music industry as he has consistently found himself entangled in legal woes.

In early September, a Cook County judge ordered Chief Keef to appear in court Oct. 21 for a status hearing, according to Chicago Sun-Times. If the rap star fails to show, the judge could issue a warrant for his arrest.

Chief Keef, whose birth name is Keith Cozart, owes more than $20,000 in child support.

Chief Keef was arrested this past summer for speeding.

Northfield Police clocked Sosa driving 110 mph on the Edens Expressway. Keef’s arrest came following a performance in Davenport, Iowa.

Chief Keef plead guilty to speeding and was fined $531, placed on probation for 18 months, ordered to perform 60 hours community service, undergo random drug testing and complete eight hours of traffic school.

But Sosa was soon back in jail on a misdemeanor trespassing charge minutes after leaving the court hearing.

Weeks later after the trespassing incident, Keef was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after being found in possession of marijuana in a hotel room.

The Chicago native was arrested at the LeMeridan Hotel at 111 Perimeter Center West in Dunwoody, north of Atlanta, a spokesman for the Dunwoody Police Department told the Chicago Tribune.

Chief Keef, whose real name is Keith Farelle Cozart, was booked in the DeKalb County Jail at 4:37 p.m. and released on his own recognizance around 3:20 a.m. today, the Tribune reports.

Keef issued a statement via his Twitter account.

“Jus Got Out Of Dekalb County jail In Atlanta Mad As fuck,” he wrote.

The rapper posted his mug shot onto his Instagram account.

Interscope artist Chief Keef was sentenced to 60 Days in a juvenile detention center for violating his probation earlier this year.

Juvenile Court Judge Carl Anthony Walker ordered Chief Keef into custody for his role in operating a firearm during an interview with Pitchfork Media in June 2012.

Walker ordered the online music publication to turn over “the entire unedited version” of Chicago rapper Chief Keef holding a rifle at a gun range. In the video, Chief Keef can be seen shooting the weapon inside the gun range.

Chief Keef was placed on an 18-month probation for pointing a loaded handgun at a Chicago police officer in 2011.

Police responded to a call of shots fired on Dec. 2, 2011 just before noon on the 6100 block of South Indiana, according to

Police confronted Chief Keef as he was walking out of his grandmother’s apartment complex. Chief Keef, who was 16 years old at the time, brandished a loaded “blue-steel handgun” and eluded police for a half-block before being apprehended.

While in pursuit, police fired several shots at Cozart, but missed, according to a police report obtained by

Though the rapper, born Keith Cozart, didn’t fire his weapon, he did point his gun at officers- twice.

Cozart reportedly was charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a firearm on a police officer and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon- all felonies. He was sentenced to home confinement at his grandmother’s house- the same home where the viral “I Don’t Like” music video was shot.