Chicago rapper Chief Keef is a free man after being released from the Cook County jail on Wednesday morning. The rapper was sentenced to 20 days behind bars after testing positive for marijuana use, but was released early for “good conduct while in custody.”
Sophia Ansari, a spokeswoman for the Cook County Sheriff’s office tells the press that inmates arrested on non-violent offenses are eligible for day for day credit if they exhibit good conduct in jail.
Earlier this year, Cozart was placed on probation for 18 months and ordered to undergo random drug testing after pleading guilty to a speeding ticket he received over the summer. Back in May, the rapper was clocked going 110 mph in his BMW.
Now that Chief has his freedom back, he can get return to making rap music for kids that don’t speak English.