Chief Keef Off The Hook After L.A. Prosecutors Decide Not To Pursue Armed Home Invasion & Gun Charges Against The Rapper

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No charges will be pursued against Chief Keef over a recent home invasion and armed robbery of his former music producer, Ramsay Tha Great.

According to legal docs obtained this weekend by TMZ, prosecutors in Los Angeles decided not to move forward with charges against Chief Keef and a few other suspects who were allegedly present during the 2017 armed home invasion due to “significant issues with key witnesses.”

Related: Chief Keef Wants To Be Mayor Of Chicago!

One issue is that Ramsay Tha Great — the man publicly accusing Chief Keef of the crime, which occurred a year ago in the Tarzana area of El Lay — has since been convicted on pimping and human trafficking charges himself. He’s now serving ten years in prison for those crimes.

Aside from that, though, another key witness has completely disappeared after at firs cooperating with the cops.

Prosecutors now say that without the key witness, and with Ramsay’s own legal issues, there simply isn’t enough to move forward against Chief Keef, and so they’ll let him walk on the allegations and close the case.

Wonder how this will affect Keef’s desire to be mayor of Chicago one day

[Image via Instagram.]

Apr 29, 2018 2:41pm PDT

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