Chief Keef is again a free man.
According to the "Chicago Tribune," the embattled emcee was released Wednesday from the Cook County jail after serving just nine days of a 20-day sentence for testing positive for marijuana.
A spokeswoman for the Cook County Sheriff's office says the rapper earned his early release because of good behavior.
Chief Keef - born Keith Cozart - was taken into custody October 15th after a random drug test turned up positive for marijuana. Over the summer he was placed on 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to a speeding charge.
While behind bars, Chief Keef was set to appear in court for a paternity case, however, the judge rescheduled the hearing for December 10th.
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