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Keef has not only been making headlines with his music but his personal life has taken a serious hit or two recently. He was arrested on January 15 when a judge ruled that a video of him shooting a semi-automatic rifle at a New York range violated a 2011 gun conviction probation. As a result, Keef was sentenced to serve 60-days at an Illinois juvenile detention center two days later.
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The latest lawsuit for the young rapper comes on the heels of yet another one that was filed late last month for $75,000, which accuses him of being a no-show at a London concert.