Chief Keef's Community Service Has Him Looking After Horses

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By Sean Lynch

Following yet another failed drug test, Chief Keef has been assigned to duty at the Horsefeathers Therapeutic Riding Equestrian Center in Lake Forest, Illinois according to TMZ. The Chicago rapper will serve his mandatory 60 hours of community service at the non-profit center, after finding himself at odds with the law again.

This marks Keef’s second failed drug test, the first had him sentenced to 20 days behind bars last month, but he only served half ofof the sentence because of good behavior. Earlier this week Keef failed a second drug test and much like the first, the positive test was for marijuana.

Chief Keef is currently enlisted in a mandatory 90-day drug treatment program and has not yet started at Horsefeathers. It is also unknown as to where the location of Keef’s treatment is, whether it be in prison or a lockdown facility. When he does finally arrive at Horsefeathers, Keef may very well find himself in a different kind of mess. The “Don’t Like” rapper will spend his time feeding, grooming and cleaning up after horses at the center. Horsefeathers’ uses their horses as physical therapy tools for rehabilitating individuals with disabilities.

Keef was flagged for his first positive drug test last month, after beginning random drug testing, following a June arrest for driving 55 MPH over the legal speed limit. That incident came shortly after the Chicago rapper was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge in an Atlanta hotel. Chief Keef’s multiple run in's with the law dates back to 2011, when he burst on to the scene. That same year, he was arrested for waving and pointing a firearm in the direction of police.