Although he may not be "Done Turnin' Up," noted scholar and businessman Chief Keef apparently ain't done with legal problems or losing large sums of money, either. After failing to show up to a London gig in December, Keef was sued for the advance the venue paid him as well as money lost, as HipHopDX and TMZ report. The courts ruled in favor of the promoters, slapping a $230,000 charge on Keef for damages and legal expenses.
HipHopDX also points out that he is no stranger to no-shows, after blowing off appearances on 106&Park, as well as his own video shoot with 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa for his single "Hate Bein' Sober." Keef's manager Peeda Pan told Complex that these obligations were missed for a variety of reasons, namely his being on parole and restrictions on leaving Chicago for a period of time.
The best advice I can give to the guy is, for starters, get an agenda book (Amazon has some nice specials for back-to-school, but they're totally suitable for back-to-reality as well), and most importantly, stop getting arrested.
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