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B@tches love Sosa, and so do the courts.
Chief Keef found himself in a bit of trouble when Pitchfork published an interview with the 17-year-old Chicago rapper at the gun range.
The "Don't Like" rapper violated the terms of his probation agreement when he went to the gun range. Keef's probation orders prohibit the Chicago rapper from carrying guns or being around guns, among many other stipulations.
Just when things were looking bleak for Keef, the courts decided to delay his court hearing, which was originally scheduled for last week.
Luckily for Keef, the "Love Sosa" rapper was able to enjoy the release of his debut album, Finally Rich, without the possibility of him going back to jail before the holidays.
Chief Keef's new court date is January 28.