Chief Keef Ordered To Pay Concert Promoter $230K

Judge Tells Chief Keef To Pay For Missing London Show

(AllHipHop News) The legal troubles for teenage rapper Chief Keef seem to keeping mounting. The latest matter is going to cost him $230,019 for damages, loss of earnings, and reputational harm for missing out on a performance.

TMZ reports that the Team Major concert promotion company sued Keef in March for not appearing at a booked show in London on December 29, 2012. This was just 2 weeks before Keef was taken into custody for parole violation on January 15, 2013. He served a 60-day sentence in a juvenile detention center for the charge.

Apparently, Keef never responded to the Team Major lawsuit, and a judge ruled in their favor by default.

In recent months, the Chicago rapper was accused by his daughter’s mother of missing child support payments, issued a warrant for his arrest in Miami, arrested for driving 55 mph above the speed limit in Illinois, and arrested in Atlanta for disorderly conduct.