Chief Keef Ordered To Pay Concert Promoter $230K

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.