Chief Keef may become a free man today after serving 60 days in juvenile detention for a probation violation. The rapper is set to appear in a Chicago courtroom today so a judge can determine whether to release him.
Keef's grandmother tells DNAInfo.com that she's "so glad he's coming home." She says that his jail term has hurt her soul.
Chief Keef - born Keith Cozart - was sentenced to a two month term after he violated his probation by appearing in a Pitchfork Media interview at a gun range. Footage of the interview showed Cozart handling a rifle.
Apparently, Cozart has become a changed man while behind bars. Back in February Pastor Corey Brooks said he spoke with the rapper about being baptized. He says Keef has "had a chance to think" about his life during his jail stay.
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