Chief Keef is reportedly wanted for arrest in California
The Chicago rapper failed to show up in court after a fender bender and allegedly driving without a license.
The website's sources claim that the Chicago rapper was cited by police for driving with a suspended or revoked license after a minor car collision in September. Keef (real name Keith Cozart) was reportedly ordered to appear in court earlier this month but did not attend, and the presiding judge issued a warrant for his arrest.
In April, Keef was arrested in Miami and charged with a felony DUI after failing to pass a sobriety test. A visit to South Dakota in June led to marijuana possession charges and a two day stay in jail before Keef was released on bail.
A representative for Chief Keef was not immediately available for comment.