Chief Keef Faces Jail Time After Moving

By Sowmya Krishnamurthy

Chief Keef just can't seem to stay out of trouble. The "I Don't Like" rapper is possibly facing jail time because of a move to a new, upscale neighborhood in his native Illinois that wasn't disclosed to his probation officer.

According to the Chicago Sun Times, "He didn’t tell his juvenile probation officer about his change of address" and has been ordered back to court Wednesday for this alleged probation violation.

Keef is on an 18-month probation for a previous gun charge in which he pointed a gun at a police officer in Chicago. This isn't the first time Keef has allegedly violated that probation. Late last year, the teenage phenom faced jail time due to brandishing a gun in an interview with music site Pitchfork. That hearing has been pushed to late January.

On the music side, Keef dropped his debut album Finally Rich in December.