Officers from the the sheriff's department evicted rapper Chief Keef this morning from the Highland Park home that he had been renting. Keef, whose real name is Keith Cozart, had been renting the 5,625 square foot pad and fallen behind on rent by $30,000 according to the Tribune. Keef began falling behind on rent in February and according to an agreement, had until April 20 to pay the owed amount. Previously, the rapper had been renting a 5,200 square foot home in Northbrook, but after leaving for rehab last November, the landlord decided to put the home up for sale. The five bedroom Highland Park home was built in 2005 on a nearly-one-acre lot in a suburban cul-de-sac, and features seven bathrooms, vaulted ceilings, brick patio and a four car garage. For Keef, who has taken a liking to suburban McMansions, it's on to the next one.
·Chief Keef evicted from Highland Park home [Chicago Tribune]
·Own the McMansion Where Chief Keef Finally (got) Rich [Curbed Chicago]