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Suburban Chicago Neighbors Call Police On Chief Keef More Than 50 Times, Including For Standing Outside Of Own Home



Northfield residents have bolstered their efforts to remove Chief Keef and Glo Gang from the neighborhood.

Chief Keef is not the renter of the Northfield residence. It is being rented by manager Uncle Ro.

Nevertheless, Sosa has been the primary target of neighboring residents in phone calls to authorities.

Neighbors have called the police on Chief Keef more than 50 times, according to Village of Northfield documents obtained the Chicago Tribune.

Some calls were related to noise disturbances. Other phone calls are arguably questionable.

A neighbor phoned police due to fans driving past Uncle Ro’s residence and yelling Chief Keef’s name. The same neighbor called police on Sosa for being in front of the residence.

The officer who responded to the woman’s concerns stated Chief Keef wasn’t breaking any laws and has the “same rights” that she has.



Neighbors’ sentiments about Sosa have been nothing less than incendiary. According to documents, neighbors refer to Chief Keef as a “thug,” “menace” and “piece of s---.” The additionally call for police to drive Sosa and company out of the neighborhood.

Also mentioned in the document was a neighbor who closely monitored Sosa’s social media activities. The neighbor told police the rap star was in possession of firearms.

“He should be in jail,” the neighbor wrote.

A neighbor requested police be stationed outside of the home to drive them out.

“Something has to be done to get rid of these people,” a statement in the document read.

Things reached a boiling point after Sosa was involved in a March 26 shooting incident at the residence. The incident landed an unnamed victim in the hospital.



Andy and Mary Lindblad of Northfield are next-door neighbors to the residence where the alleged shooting occurred.

The Lindblads told WGN the March 26 incident was “inevitable.”

“They were racing their ATVs around the house, setting fireworks off…called the police a couple times,” Andy Lindblad told WGN. “Police responded very well and they responded very well. They backed off and things were quiet for quite a while and then it just heated up a little bit. You’re never quite sure when something might develop into what did.”

“It was inevitable, we felt, just cause of the nature of things going on,” Mary Lindblad added.



Sosa was captured riding his ATV through the Northfield neighborhood in episode eight of Noisey’s “Chiraq” documentary.



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