Police Drop Robbery and Assault Case Against Chief Keef

Police have decided not to charge the rapper over an alleged 2017 home invasion as the accuser is currently serving a prison sentence and another witness has stopped co-operating with police.

Rapper Chief Keef will not face charges over an alleged 2017 home invasion.

The Chicago-born musician, real name Keith Cozart, was taken into custody and interviewed over claims made by his former music producer, Ramsay Tha Great, that he broke into his house with an assault rifle and five friends. He alleged Cozart and his friends viciously beat him up, before making off with a Rolex watch and $1,600 in cash.

Police executed a search warrant and brought him and another individual in for questioning, but according to TMZ, Los Angeles officials have decided not to move forward with charges, because Ramsay Tha Great is currently serving 10 years in prison for human trafficking.

Another witness, who was allegedly robbed, has also reportedly stopped co-operating with police.

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