(AllHipHop News) It has been a trying few months for 18-year-old rapper Chief Keef. After an arrest for speeding in May the Chicago native was recently ordered to perform community service at a horse center, and he will soon be admitted to a rehab for drug use. While the headlines kept coming, Keef was mostly silent on the matters publicly, until now.
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TMZ caught up with the “I Don’t Like” performer to ask him about his rehab stint, community service assignment, and if he has changed. According to Keef, he is a new, more mature person now.
“I growed up,” Keef tells the pap before correcting his grammar.
This is not the first time Keef has proclaimed that he altered his life choices. In February his manager relayed at message from Keef that he had a “wake-up” call while serving time in juvenile detention.
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Watch the TMZ video below.