Chief Keef is an American rapper who has a net worth of $1 million. Credited by many for pioneering so-called "mumble rap" and "drill" sub-genres of rap music, Chief Keef
Keith Farrelle Cozart was born on August 15th of 1995 in Chicago. Born to a 16-year-old mother, Keith was raised on the South Side of Chicago in a low-income apartment complex commonly
Chief Keef first gained notoriety as a 16-year-old with mixtapes such as "The Glory Road" and "Bang." After being placed under house arrest for a number of legal issues, he started uploading
In June 2013, Chief Keef signed a lucrative contract with Interscope Records. The three-album deal was reportedly worth more than $6 million (before taxes, managers fees, lawyers, and expenses).
At the age of 16, Chief Keef was charged with heroin distribution and manufacturing. Because of his age at the time, Chief Keef got off rather lightly and was sentenced to house arrest.
Next year, the 17-year-old Chief Keef was accused of paying an assassin to kill one of his Englewood rivals, who went by the stage name "Lil' JoJo."
Chief Keef has struggled with various child support claims in court. He has had three children over his lifetime, and in some cases, a DNA test was required to confirm whether or not he was actually the father.
Chief Keef has been evicted from several rental properties over the course of his career. In 2014, he was renting a property in Highland Park, Los Angeles for a reported sum of $11,000 per month.