Saturday, June 21, 2014

Where's the Keef?

Chief Keef, Lake County hardly knew yeef.

Your LakeCountyEye has the sad duty to report that Chief Keef is gone. The rapper, last week, was evicted from Lake County. The News-Sun says ...
Chief Keef was evicted Tuesday from the Highland Park home he was renting, the lawyer representing the landlord said.
Rapper Chief Keef evicted from Highland Park home: lawyer
Unceremoniously ejected like a sackful of seeds and stems put out to the curb on collection day, Chief Keef was Lake County's favorite son hip hop gangsta rap-star. Ops will instantly recognize his critically acclaimed bustout album Finally Rich:

We got big bags of Ben Franklin bank rolls, bitch we rich.
Yeah I get twenty K for a show, I ain't worried 'bout no hoes
Cause I switch those like I switch clothes, and bitch I'm rich.
Every bitch know Chief Keef, every bitch want Chief Keef
All these bitches on Chief Keef, I'm finally rich.
I got diamonds all in my watch, horses all in my cars
I get 10 bands for a bar, I know I'm finally rich.
Chief Keef Takes the Suburbs - Chiraq - Ep 8
While Chief Keef's whereabouts are currently unknown, the vacuum left by his departure won't stay empty for long. The dog-eat-dog music industry has room for only one Lake County House Rapper. Local recording artists are already marking their territory:

I had a dream so big and loud
I jumped so high I touched the cloud
Best Day of My Life in Lake County, Illinois

Now he has two daughters and a wife.
Married for 18 years, doing it right.
Member of Rotary.
Don Wilson for Illinois Senate, Dist. 30
Along with with owing more than $10,000 in back rent, Chief Keef has garnered himself some well-deserved street cred. He was arrested for allegedly pointing a gun at a Chicago police officer. He was charged in Highland Park with DUI, driving with a suspended license and without insurance. In California Chief Keef pleaded guilty and served time for testing positive for drugs while on probation. Last year, he pleaded guilty to speeding 40 mph over the limit. There are multiple paternity cases filed against him.

Gentlemen, these are big shoes to fill.

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