Chief Keef has made more headlines in the past year for his worst behavior than rap records. From dealing with failed child support payments to being arrested for speeding and testing positive for weed, the Chicago young'un says he's turned a new leaf.
"I growed up," he said in a recent encounter with TMZ at the airport at Los Angeles International Airport Saturday night.
After dipping in and out of jail, the 18-year-old will also be headed to rehab and has been sentenced to 60 hours of community service at an equestrian center, dealing with people with disabilities and horse manure.
The "I Don't Like" rapper has kept silent about his misdeeds till now though back in February, his manager Dro Manuel said serving time in juvenile detention opened his eyes.
"I think he’s gonna come out a different person," Dro explained to the Best of Both Offices. "I think he’s gonna come out with some new music, a new attitude."