Update: On Thursday (Jan. 26), the Chicago rapper was arrested for robbery and assault in connection with the alleged beating of his former producer, Ramsay Tha Great.
Ramsay was allegedly jumped in his Tarzana, Calif. home last week, an incident being referred to as a home invasion robbery. Keef was wanted for questioning in the case and his home was searched. Chief and one more individual were then taken into custody.
Last week, Ramsay shared videos and photos on Instagram following the alleged assault and robbery. He said it stemmed from an argument with an associate’s wife. “She called Chief Keef,” he says in a clip. “[She] tried to put him on the phone with me to tell me to calm down.”
He alleges that he was calm, but wanted to get his point across in the exchange. According to the beatsmith, Keef then came to his home. “He pushed me in,” he added. “A ni**a behind him had a Draco AK-47 lookin’ thing. He started hitting me in the face.” Ramsay then said he would press charges. “Y’all can say I’m a rat,” he added. “But see you in court.”
Keef was booked for robbery and is reportedly being held on $500,000 bail.
Last night, the producer tweeted: “You reap what u sow.” Rap Up
MediaTakeOut.com reports - On January 20, 2017 rapper Chief Keef is currently ON THE RUN – from authorities in Los Angeles. MediaTakeOut.com confirmed that the rapper is looking to be questioned – with respect to a home invasion robbery that occurred yesterday.
MediaTakeOut.com learned that Los Angeles police are currently looking for the rapper – in connection with the HOME INVASION ROBBERY of his former producer Ramsay The Great.
And police have ALL THE EVIDENCE they need – because Ramsay is SNITCHING on social media. Ramsay claims that Keef came to his house with AUTOMATIC WEAPONS, beat him and stole $1600, an iPhone and jewelry.
Under California law, a person who commits a home invasion robbery like the one described by Ramsay – is subject to 30 YEARS IN PRISON. It’s a wrap for Keef . . .
Ramsay spoke openly about SNTCING to police about what happened. He wrote:
“Listen, all the white people on my page talking about kill Chief Keef, do all this, shoot back, I’m a f***k n***a, snitching and all this other s**t. N***a, I don’t give a f**k,” Ramsay said. “He dumb enough to have a $6 million record deal and come in my house and jump me personally, some of that money is coming to me you goofy ass n***a. Anybody who got anything to say about it, I don’t give a f**k. Suck my d**k. I’ma be laughing. All y’all little white kids, y’all just wanna keep the cycle going. All these little white kids, ‘You supposed to kill him, f**k the court s**t.’ F**k the court s**t? I’ finna win $300,000. What are you talking about.”
Ramsay went onto explain the incident.
“I’m chilling in the house, sleeping, I get into an argument with Uncle Ro’s wife Kelly,” he said. “The argument end. I go back into my room, sleep. She called Chief Keef and tried to put him on the phone with me, telling me to calm down. I’m like, ‘I’m calm. I’m just tryna put my point across.’ I go to sleep, 15 minutes later somebody kicing down my door talking about it’s Sosa. So I open my door I done produced a song for him, met him a couple times, I ain’t think nothing was wrong. I opened the door, he pushed me in. A n***a behind him got a draco, AK-47 looking thing. He start hitting me in the face. Tadoe start hitting me in the face. N****s can call me rat, all that. I ain’t never claim to be a gangster, none of that or nothing. I always just claimed to be a producer. Y’all can say I’m a rat or whatever y’all wanna do. But hey, see you in court. He stole me $1600, he stole my ring, he stole my Rolex. I just think someone with $6 million would be a little bit smarter about their actions and showing their face. That’s just not smart.”