Chief Keef Explains Why He Was Evicted From Mansion
"I don't know if I owe or not," he says. "Don't ask me. I don't give a fuck, neither."
The rapper also addressed reports that he was a "horrible" tenant.
"They say they don't want me around," he says. "They don't want me in the neighborhood. I'm too bad. I guess I'm a bad lil' young boy. I gotta grow. One day it's gonna be okay. I'ma be a grown man. I ain't gonna be bad no more."
Keef says he is not bothered by the situation and later shoots expletives at landlords and calls the situation "goofy."
According to RedEyeChicago.com, Keef was reportedly evicted after Lake County police officers arrived at his mansion. The publication reports that officers confirmed the eviction, which stemmed from a May 7 court hearing held due to the $30,000 Keef was behind in rent.
Keef’s former landlord, Bal K. Bansal, says the rapper’s departure from the home was “mutual.”
"This is mutual," Bansal said. "It is not an eviction."