Chief Keef Shares Alarming Hospitalization Pic

Chicago rapper Chief Keef has been hospitalized. The rap veteran has hopped online to reveal he’s possibly hospitalized for a currently unknown ailment.

Chief Keef Goes To Hospital

Keef took to his Instagram Story to let it be known he had an IV in his arm. He shared a shot of himself getting medical help but details have not emerged surrounding why he checked into the hospital.


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Fans Speculate About Chief Keef’s Condition

Fans immediately took to speculating about what was up. Some made memes while others said if Chief Keef took a picture he was okay. Other users assumed the worst and went as far as to say they couldn’t afford to lose him.

“he taking care of the hospital nun big”

“Save Sosa at all costs?…”

“bruh if we lose him i’m done with music”

“Too much lean”

Tekashi 6ix9ine + Kooda B Arranged Chief Keef Shooting

Brooklyn rapper Kooda B has been sentenced to 54 months – 4 1/2 years – in prison for his role in Chief Keef getting shot at in New York in 2018. Kooda B was one of the people ex-convict Tekashi 6ix9ine infamously snitched on when he was facing serious prison time. At the height of the Tekashi-Keef rivalry, Tekashi offered Kooda B $20,000 to shoot at Keef. Kooda recruited someone else (still unidentified) to be the triggerman, after which 69 paid him $10,000 instead of the agreed-upon amount. On Tuesday, Kooda received punishment for what he did while temporarily out of prison.

Kintea “Kooda B” McKenzie added time to his sentence by claiming in the spring that he was at heightened risk of catching coronavirus at the Metropolitan Correctional Center because of his asthma. Judge Paul Engelmayer agreed and released McKenzie — who was then captured on a YouTube video partying in a cramped apartment, smoking, drinking and dancing. The 22-year-old McKenzie was “doing everything possible to contract coronavrius,” Engelmayer said during his Manhattan Federal Court sentencing conducted remotely due to the pandemic. (New York Daily News)

COVID-19 Claim Led To Longer Sentence

Earlier this year, 22-year-old Kooda B petitioned to be released from holding due to his asthma increasing his risk of contracting COVID-19. The judge granted the motion, but then Kooda B was caught partying right after getting out. The judge added more time to Kooda’s sentence due to his “pulling one over on the court.”

Tekashi69 pal Kooda B gets 4 1/2 years for Times Square shooting at Chief Keef. “I allowed myself to look up and listen to someone with more success and fame,” Kooda B wrote. “I thought he was a good friend. I was excited he named a song after me.”