Chief Keef will no longer face charges after his former music producer accused him of breaking into his home and then beating and robbing him with a gun.
According to TMZ, legal documents revealed that prosecutors have decided not to move forth with the charges against the rapper and other suspects. They were allegedly responsible for the 2017 incident, but there were “significant issues with the key witness,” and they are now off the hook.
Keef’s former producer Ramsey Tha Great accused him of the crime, but Ramsey is now serving 10 years in prison for pimping and human trafficking.
Another witness has reportedly gone MIA after cooperating with police.
With a lack of evidence, the District Attorney’s Office decided not to move forward.