We reported this past October that Chief Keef was facing possible time in juvenile detention after authorities claimed that he violated his probation during a video feature with Pitchfork. As part of their Selector series, the site interviewed the young Chicagoan at a gun range and let him fire off some weapons. His probation outlined that he was banned from using and/or being around guns, illegal drugs, gang members, and the like.
While Pitchfork's lawyers tried to retain the footage of Keef—it's since been removed from the web—a judge has ruled that they must hand over the video. The Chicago Tribune reports that the tape will help determine whether or not the rapper violated his probation and if he will spend some time behind bars. The probation hearing is scheduled for December 17, which is the day before Keef's debut, Finally Rich, will be released.