Chief Keef Drops Finally Rich, Gets Probation Hearing Delayed

By Sowmya Krishnamurthy

Chief Keef's gun-related probation hearing has been pushed back to January 28. According to the Chicago Sun Times, Keef's hearing stems from apparent probation violations that he made while holding a firearm in an interview with Pitchfork. Keef is on probation due to a previous charge in which he pointed a gun at a police officer.

In more pleasant news, the Chicago rookie released his major label debut, Finally Rich, yesterday. The album features the viral sensation "I Don't Like" as well as "Love Sosa." Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa are some of the big name guest stars and longtime collaborator Young Chop produces much of the record.

Keef promised fans that he's hidden $5000 in one copy, similar to the golden ticket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. "Dat #FINALLYRICH golden ticket for 5 Gs is still somewhere out there in one of dem cds. Imma find it. Thats that xmas money. Turn up!!" he tweeted.