Chief Keef was arrested near Atlanta this week for disorderly conduct after hotel security smelled marijuana smoke coming from his room, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The Chicago rapper was at the LeMeridan Hotel in Dunwoody, north of Atlanta.
Booked under his real name, Keith Farrelle Cozart, the rapper was released on his own recognizance from the DeKalb County Jail around 3:20 a.m. today.
The circumstances leading up to Chief Keef’s arrest, as TMZ reports, are quite hilarious. Well, we’ll let TMZ retell what the guard said on the 911 tape:
During the call, the security guy alerts the 911 operator to “a bunch of gentlemen rolling marijuana and smoking … all in the room … the room’s filled with smoke.”
The security guard seems astonished … because, “I announced myself as ‘security’ and they let me in the room AS IF IT DOESN’T EVEN MATTER!”
The guy also warns 911 to send cops to the scene ASAP because he feared “those guys may just bolt.”
He clearly doesn’t understand stoners … they’re not really known for “bolting” anywhere.
Eventually, cops arrived to the room and arrested 17-year-old Chief Keef for the weed … all thanks to the heroic actions of one really square hotel security guard.
One last thing … did he really need to call 911? Or couldn’t he just have asked the guy to stop smoking? Hmmmm
We’ll let you you decide how “square” you think the security guard is. Listen to the 911 call here.
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