It’s typically crime scene protocol to question all witnesses within the vicinity of a crime, but for the likes of rapper Chief Keef, the saying that goes “people judge you by the company that you keep” can be hard to tell if a saying like such is reverse in meaning: “People judge the company by whom is was kept,” perhaps.
The controversial rapper was taken into company (arrested) this past Wednesday after a shooting inside of a Chicago home on Happ Road in Northfield landed one victim in the hospital.
Chief Keef’s lawyer assured TMZ that his client was not the shooter and the police merely wanted to speak with him because he was inside the house when the shots rang out.
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