Rapper Chief Keef Leaves Rehab, Releases Song
Chicago rapper Chief Keef just released a new single about his court-ordered 90-day stint in rehab.
As you can probably guess, the 18-year-old rapper wasn’t too fond of his rehab experience, which began at Promises Treatment Center in Malibu, and ended at the sober-living home Wavelengths Recovery in Orange County.
The reason for rehab? Keef failed multiple drug tests while on probation. Though barely a legal adult, Keef has a heavy arrest record with a history in juvenile detention for charges related to heroin, marijuana and weapons. Most recent offenses include reckless driving and late child support payments.
At Wavelengths, Keef had a strict, supervised regimen focused around fitness, nutrition, sleep and spirituality, according to Billboard. He even took surfing lessons with pro surfer Makua Rothman. But, he was allowed to visit a nearby recording studio to work on new music for his upcoming album.
Keef was released from rehab in mid-February, and it seems he’s already back to his old ways. Almost immediately, he began posting photos of himself smoking weed on his public Instagram page. If “F–k Rehab” is his approach to addiction treatment, do you think he’s really ready for help?