Chief Keef Arrested in Miami Beach

Chief Keef Arrested in Miami Beach

"According to the police report, police witnessed passenger Cortez McElrath get out of Keef" s auto and walk over to a grey Altima to hand over "a bag with a green leafy substance".

Authorities detained and transported the young rapper and four others to Miami Beach Police headquarters for processing. Officers saw Cozart moving his hands around in the auto and was also held at gunpoint with a stun gun, the report said. When Police examined Keef and his vehicle they noted that, he had "bloodshot, watery, droopy eyes" and "had a cup filled with a syrupy liquid known as sizzurp, which is also known as "lean" or 'purple drank".

When more officers later arrived on the scene, the three remaining people in the Altima were detained.

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McElrath and Bryant were both arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. Marijuana was found in that vehicle, police said. Keef, whose legal name is Keith Cozart, was booked for felony DUI. Cozart was charged with DUI and McElrath was charged with possession of marijuana.

Keef apparently admitted to having weed in his system.

Judging from Chief Keef's Instagram, he's more annoyed than anxious by the situation, posting a middle-finger up selfie with the caption "back in da trap". "When you find weed in my urine, I'll just get my attorney to get my marijuana card", he reportedly told cops. The rapper was also arrested in January this year for breaking and entering the house of producer Ramsay Tha Great and assaulting him.

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