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Published on June 21st, 2013 | by TRI Staff


Chief Keef Becomes Homesick, Heads Back To Prison

By JFKilla

CHICAGO – After 11 hours out on his own in the real world, Chief Keef is going back to the prison he calls home.

“I miss it man, I think I’m homesick or something,” said Keef while being handcuffed by police for speeding at 120 miles per hour while shooting at passing cars with an AK-47.

“It’s just too hard to be out here and not be endangering people’s lives and shit.”

While he isn’t exactly happy to see Keef back behind bars, warden Alex Walrod says he feels like prison is his true home, and where he belongs.

“When I sent him off into the world to make a life for himself, I thought it would be a good thing for him, and that with proper motivation and work ethic, he could become something in life,” said Walrod. “I now see that existing in society just isn’t Keef’s thing. He needs the love, care, and ability to cause harm to those around him that prison offers. I can’t wait to see him again.”

Keef reflected on his homesickness while being loaded into the back of a police squad car.

“I think the first time I knew I was homesick was when I walked by some guy on the sidewalk, and he gave me a dirty look, and I just wanted to shoot him in the head and throw his body into the middle of traffic, right in front of his three children,” said Keef.

“That’s when I knew it was time to go back home.”

Keef later told reporters that he is highly anticipating being reunited with his best friend Gucci Mane, who recently also came back to prison after a bout with homesickness.

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