Rapper Chief Keef gets time in rehab and community service caring for horses and cleaning stalls.


Last Friday a Chicago judge ordered 18-year old rapper Chief Keef to enter a drug rehab facility after he tested positive for marijuana.  As previously reported, the rapper was stopped by state troopers after being clocked doing 110 in a 55mph speed zone.  To make matters worse Keef failed two court ordered drug test, so he was ordered to 90 days at a drug rehab center, where he is currently enrolled at the Promises Treatment Centers.  On top of that, Keef was hit with 60 hours of community service.  TMZ reports that part of Keef’s sentence from the May incident includes community service at the Horsefeathers Therapeutic Riding Center. The charity organization provides animal therapy to children and adults with physical or emotional disabilities. Keef’s responsibilities will include feeding, grooming and cleaning the horses stalls.

The 2013 Soul Train Awards took place in Vegas this past Saturday (Nov. 8) and was hosted by actor Anthony Anderson.  R&B divas Tamar BraxtonJanelle Monae and K. Michelle were among the winners.  Tamar walked away with three honors: Best R&B/Soul Female Artist, Song of the Year for ‘Love & War’ and the Ashford and Simpson Songwriter’s award.  Girlfriend also performed a three-song set that included her latest single, ‘All the Way Home.’

While Janelle Monae won the prestigious Video of the Year award for her joint  ‘Q.U.E.E.N.’ (featuring Erykah Badu), and K. Michelle won the Best New Artist award and took to the stage as well.  This years honorees included

Keith Sweat who received the Lifetime Achievement Award and later performed ‘Make It Last Forever’ with Faith Evans and Dionne Warwick who scored the Legend Award .

Highlights at the Soul Train Awards included performances by Ron Isley, Ruben Studdard, Chrisette Michelle, Gladys Knight and Jennifer Hudson just to name a few. Get more details now!

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