The 'I Don't Like' rapper is cited for exceeding speed limit after his car ran at 110 mph in a 55 mph zone while bringing three passengers.
Chief Keef has another brush with the law. TMZ reported that the rapper was pulled over on Tuesday, May 28, in Northfield, Illinois after he drove his car twice of the speed limit at 110 mph. In addition, Keef was with three passengers in his 2011 BMW X6 M, exceeding the limit of one passenger only.
Keef was booked for speeding and having too many passengers in his car. When the rapper was put into custody, the car was handed to one of the passengers who drove and left the scene. The site reported that Keef's court appearance was scheduled for June 17.
Keef previously had several runs-in with the law. He was released from a juvenile detention center for violating probation terms in March. According to MTV, he was banned from touching any firearms for 18 months after pointing a gun at a police officer. However, he was caught handling firearms in a gun range in a video interview.
Last week, the Chicago rapper was briefly arrested in Dunwoody, Georgia for disorderly conduct. Keef, whose real name is Keith Farrelle Cozart, was arrested after a hotel staffer made a report to the police, saying that he "observed smoke and a smell of marijuana from a room" he stayed at.
He was released later, but he apparently felt really upset about the arrest. The "Now It's Over" hitmaker took to Twitter to talk about his run-in with the law. "Jus Got Out Of Dekalb County jail in Atlanta Mad As f***," he wrote. One day before the arrest, he filmed "Darker" music video with fellow rapper Gucci Mane.