Chief Keef’s manager says the rapper has learned a valuable lesson from his recent conviction.
Chicago up-and-comer Chief Keef has had his fair share of negative press over the past year. Now, in a recent interview with The Best of Both Offices, the 17-year-old rapper’s manager comes to his defense.
Chief Keef’s manager Rovan “Dro” Manuel said that he believes the Finally Rich rapper’s recent two-month sentence for probation violation has been “a wake-up call.” Manuel thinks the conviction has already helped Keef to learn from his actions and forge a new attitude.
“I think he [will learn a lesson]. I got a message from him that he’s had a wake-up call,” he explained. “This is a wake-up call for him. It wasn’t even his fault that it happened, but it happened. I think he’s gonna come out a different person. I think he’s gonna come out with some new music, a new attitude…he’s gonna get out and do some shows, and hopefully go up the charts.” READ MORE RELATED::9th Wonder Explains Black Colleges’ Failure To Embrace Hip Hop History