Chief Keep obviously feels some kind of way about rehab, and its quite evident that it doesn’t mean very much him.
According to TMZ, the Chicago native openly shared his sentiments about rehab with his fans via Instagram, and he didn’t make any verbal connotations to get his point across. In his case, it’s definitely true that actions speak louder than words.
Earlier this morning, the Finally Rich rapper, who was recently released from a Southern California rehabilitation center, posted a picture of himself smoking weed in a bathroom. The picture immediately caught the attention of fans and has since received more than 30,000 likes.
The caption for the picture simply read, “At home.” So, the “Don’t Like” rapper’s whereabouts were quite clear, and its definitely no secret how he’s been spending his time.
During his rehab stint, he expressed his disdain of the hardship during an interview with Billboard. “It’s like being locked up,” Chief Keef, 18, told Billboard, in his first interview since he entered rehab. “And when I’m locked up, I don’t want anybody to come see me. I won’t let my family come here. I haven’t seen my 2-year-old daughter.” Keef also admitted at the time that he hadn’t even been in the water, just steps away. “The beach is cool, but it’s just water,” he says. “I can’t do salt water — f**ks my eyes up.”
Keef was ordered to complete the stint in rehab after failing three drug tests consecutively while on probation. The 1017 Bricksquad rapper’s attorney confirmed on Feb. 20 that he had been released from the lavish Malibu rehabilitation facility.
Keef’s attorney tells TMZ, Chief completed his rehab stint in Orange County, CA — where he was working on his weed addiction — and immediately flew back to Chicago to visit his daughter, but he’s not staying long. (TMZ)
Obviously, the court-ordered rehab stint didn’t change his perception of smoking weed! Although he completed his time in rehab, its definite safe to say the judge won’t be happy!
Image via Chief Keef, Facebook