Chief Keef was allegedly arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana in Highland Park, IL in the early morning of March 5, TMZ has learned.
Police reportedly stopped Sosa for driving his 2010 Jeep Cherokee with expired tags. Police smelled marijuana upon approaching the “Hate Being Sober” rapper’s vehicle.
Sosa reportedly failed a sobriety test and was later placed under arrest for DUI, driving on a suspended license and no proof of insurance, TMZ reports.
He was reportedly released after posting $300 bail.
Chief Keef recently finished a court ordered 90 days in drug rehabilitation. But it appeared to do no good for the Interscope rapper.
Despite professing he wasn’t “coming back” to rehab, Sosa shockingly told followers on March 3 his plans to get high following the dismissal of his case.
“Case Dropped now I can Get high to the Sky!” the “Bang 3” rapper wrote.
Sosa celebrated his freedom Feb. 28 after a Cook County judge deemed the O’Block native’s 90-day drug treatment successful.
Chief Keef may suffer huge repercussions for his latest criminal actions.
Cook County Judge Earl Hoffenberg issued a stern warning to the embattled South Side Chicago MC on Feb. 28, saying, “If I see you again, you’re going to be singing your praises in jail.”
Chief Keef underwent drug rehabilitation on the West Coast. He was granted permission to enter drug treatment at the Promises Treatment Center, a California-based private facility. Several notable celebrities have entered the drug-treatment, including Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears.
Chief Keef was prompted to move from Promises Treatment Center to Wavelengths Recovery center due to “overwhelming media attention,” TMZ reported.
“I had to stay with 30 m------------ — and I don’t like people,” Sosa told Billboard in reference to his Promises Treatment. “I ain’t no friendly-a-- n*gga. I won’t shake your hand if I don’t like you. Don’t speak to me.”
The O’Block rapper compared rehab to jail.
“It’s like being locked up,” Sosa told BillBoard. “And when I’m locked up, I don’t want anybody to come see me. I won’t let my family come here. I haven’t seen my 2-year-old daughter.”
The warm, sunny atmosphere didn’t impress Chief Keef.
Sosa recalled feeling like he was “going to die” in rehab, according to BillBoard.
“I know it’s cold, but I love Chicago,” he told BillBoard.
Sosa’s disdain for rehab fueled his new single “F*ck Rehab.”
All of Sosa’s problems stem from a June 2013 speeding ticket.
Northfield Police clocked Sosa driving 110 mph on the Edens Expressway. Keef’s arrest came following a performance in Davenport, Iowa.
Chief Keef plead guilty to the charge and was fined $531, placed on probation for 18 months, ordered to perform 60 hours community service, undergo random drug testing and complete eight hours of traffic school.
In mid-October, a judge ordered Chief Keef to serve 20 days in jail for violating the terms of his probation after testing positive for marijuana, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Sosa was released a few days later for good behavior.
But Keef soon found himself back in jail Nov. 7 after failing yet another drug test. He was subsequently ordered to undergo 90 days of drug treatment.
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