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Black Disciple Member Explains Why Chief Keef Can’t Go Back To O’ Block



Chief Keef wishes he could hang with his old Black Disciples compadres, but the police won’t let him hang out on O’Block, his old stomping grounds.

A member of the O’Block Black Disciples explains that police are harassing Chief Keef, even damaging the “I Ain’t Done Turnin Up” rapper’s prized BMW X6 M during an arrest incident.

In footage that surfaced online, the BD said Keef was in the neighborhood, but police soon arrived.

“He was just over here on Dave,” he said. “The police did his car bogus a-- hell. They towed his s---, scratched his s---, his seats scarred the b—— up. He ain’t supposed to be in here. The cops did the car bogus.”



Chief Keef was arrested June 17 only minutes after leaving a court hearing for a speeding violations. Police nabbed the embattled MC on a month-old trespassing charge.

Police allegedly had machine guns drawn on the rapper upon his arrest.

A security guard from the Parkway Gardens housing complex, a stronghold for the Black Disciples, filed a complaint against Keef for being on the property, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Sosa explained to followers via Twitter why he doesn’t go back to visit his O’Block neighborhood.

Twitter user OBGeezy The General @OB_Geezy asked Sosa, “@ChiefKeef Y U Just Ride Pass The Block And Don’t Stop Come Fem 4 My Bday.”

Keef replied, “Cuz on Odee bro The police said I cant Come outside and If dey see me dey Gone get me everytime No time fad at.”



“But on O Da Feds Watchin me N—– A Kill U If I said I Gave Rappin Up,” he added.



Chief Keef must keep his nose clean if he doesn’t want to serve time behind bars. Keef paid a fine price after pleading guilty to speeding.

The rapper, born Keith Cozart, was fined $531, placed on probation for 18 months, ordered to perform 60 hours of community service, undergo random drug testing and complete eight hours of traffic school.

It could have been worse for the O’ Block rapper who was charged with a Class A misdemeanor.

Chief Keef, born Keith Cozart, could have been fined $2,500 and sentenced a year in prison.

Cook County Circuit Judge Earl Hoffenberg scolded the Interscope artist for his reckless behavior.

“You think you’re invincible, and you’re certainly not,” Cook County Circuit Court Judge Earl Hoffenberg said, according to the Tribune. “Violate (conditions of the plea agreement) and you’ll find out you’re not. … I sure hope I don’t see you again, because if I do you better be ready to go to jail.”

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