Chief Keef’s ‘Good Behavior’ Earns Early Release From Prison

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By: / October 24, 2013

Chief Keef is a free man again. The Chicago rapper, 18, was released from the Cook County Jail Wednesday morning (Oct. 23) 10 days ahead of schedule after being sentenced to 20 for testing positive for weed.

The Chicago Tribune reports that Sosa received good time credit while behind bars, earning his early release. Inmates arrested on non-violent offenses are reportedly eligible for day for day credit if they exhibit good conduct in jail.

The stellar prison report card comes after a lengthy bad boy streak where Keef was arrested multiple times this year for a mixed bag of charges including those for drug possession, speeding tickets and unpaid child support.

He also killed two birds with one stone during his prison stint by attending a hearing in family court for an ongoing paternity case. The judge rescheduled his court hearing for Dec. 10 at 11 a.m at the Daley Center.

Photo Credit: Cook County Sheriff’s Department