Chicago rapper Chief Keef charged with DUI in Miami Beach

Chicago rapper Chief Keef, who got his start by posting YouTube videos, was arrested Saturday in Miami Beach and charged with DUI, according to a police report. Police also handcuffed McElrath outside the auto and pulled over the Altima, the report added. We reached out to representatives for comment. "As such he is particularly vulnerable to police actions that seek to silence him".

Meanwhile, another officer held Cozart at Taser-point because he "was moving his hands around in the vehicle", the officer wrote. He also allegedly had a cup filled with "a syrupy liquid" the reporting officer called "sizzurp, which is also known as "lean" or "purple drank", according to the Herald.

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Shortly after the bust, footage had emerged online of Keef out of police detainment. In addition, police stated in their report that Keef had "bloodshot watery droopy eyes and mush mouth". The three people in the Altima, Eddie Bryant, Devante Reaves and Jamil Perkins, were also arrested. The four other people in his vehicle and the tailing auto received a mix of charges, including possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, and, in the case of two of the four other men, having between them a total of thirteen fradulent credit cards. Adding, "You'll find weed in me". The rapper was also arrested in January this year for breaking and entering the house of producer Ramsay Tha Great and assaulting him.


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