The fact that "chief keef" is trending is hilarious to me—
Beau Wright (@LeftbutWright35) January 19, 2013
As Twitchy reported Tuesday, teen rapper Chief Keef was taken into custody on a parole violation after officials saw a video of him brandishing a firearm at a gun range. The rapper was on probation for pointing a gun at police officers in 2011, but it looks like the David Gregory rule doesn’t apply to Chief Keef, who was sentenced to 60 days in juvenile detention — much to the amusement of these folks.
So much for the power of the #FreeChiefKeef hashtag, whether it trends or not. OK, so there’s a little sympathy out there for the teen dad.