Concert promoter ScoreMore decides to axe two shows in Austin and San Antonio after learning that the rapper has been 'summoned back to court' and 'he may indeed going back to jail.'
Concert promoter has canceled Chief Keef's upcoming shows in Texas due to the rapper's recent legal troubles. In a statement posted on their official website, Texas concert promotion company ScoreMore explained that they decided to cancel two shows in Austin and San Antonio after learning that the rapper might go back to jail.
"Yesterday we were told that Chief Keef was summoned back to court and that he may indeed going back to jail...," the statement read. "We are not willing to gamble with your money, and quite frankly, he has failed to report for some of his recent shows, which made us feel like the promises of change were aspirational rather than actual."
"We will not allow that to happen. Chief Keef's shows on September 18 in Austin and September 19th in San Antonio are officially CANCELED," the statement continued.
ScoreMore didn't mention what exactly would bring Keef back behind bars. However, the 18-year-old rapper indeed has a lot of run-ins with the law. He was sentenced to an 18 month probation, 60 hours of community service, random drug testing and eight hours of traffic school in July for speeding violations.
He was also recently ordered to pay $250,000 to concert promoter Team Major for missing his December 2012 performance in the U.K..