Chief Keef Released From Juvenile Detention Center
Sosa has returned according to his Twitter. An unidentified person who mans the account wrote, "He is on his way bk. We about 2 turn up. Gbe. Retweet."
The Chicago, Illinois rapper was initially jailed 60 days ago after violating his probation stemming from a 2011 incident where he pointed a gun at a policeman. Prosecutors claimed that he violated his 18-month probation by conducting an interview at a gun range in New York last June. The incident went against judge's orders that he cannot have contact with firearms.
In December, Keef released his debut album Finally Rich, which has sold 144,000 copies to date.