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Chief Keef Cops To Plea Deal In DUI Case

Source: SAN BERNADINO, CA – SEPTEMBER 07: Chief…

Source: SAN BERNADINO, CA – SEPTEMBER 07: Chief Keef performs throughout Rock the Bells 2013 on the San Manuel Amphitheater on September 7, 2013 in San Bernadino, California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images) 

Chief Keef simply caught a authorized break. Sosa won't serve time for his DUI case stemming from final yr.

In April of 2017 the Chicago native was driving his inexperienced Lamborghini sports activities automobile in South Beach, Miami. Local police pulled him over after seeing him try and buy some marijuana. Surprisingly he examined optimistic for over eight medication together with Morphine, Codeine, Promethazine, THC, Hydrocodone, Norcodeine, Dihydrocodeine, and Hidromorphone.

TMZ is reporting that Sosa has negotiated a plea deal that may let him keep away from any jail time as the unique felony DUI cost has been minimized to only reckless driving. He will simply serve six months of probation the place he's forbidden from utilizing intoxicant substances. In addition he'll carry out 50 hours of neighborhood service.

Chief Keef has had his experiences of run ins with the regulation. That identical yr he was arrested for his alleged function in getting his former producer Ramsey The Great’s house invaded.

Photo: Guillermo Proano / WENN.com

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