Florida rap fans may be interested to know that in late November, a Chicago court found musician Chief Keef to be the father of a child. Reports said that the Cook County case was just one of two pending support complaints targeting the musician, and he was ordered to pay $25,000 by the end of December. The man also has to pay $2,500 per month over the next ten months as well as provide for the child's medical and life insurance.
Because the rapper was in a drug rehabilitation program at the time of his hearing, his lawyer represented him. It is unknown whether his absence affected the outcome of the child support proceedings. Analysts said that this was not his first problem with the law; during the summer, the 18-year-old was issued a speeding ticket for driving excessively fast.