Chief Keef has been in some form of legal trouble ever since we met the young man. At first, it was endearing, myth-building stuff: "Hip-Hop’s Next Big Thing Is On House Arrest at His Grandma's," that kind of thing. Quickly, it turned grisly and ugly: In September, when a rival Chicago rapper named Lil JoJo was murdered while riding on the back of a bicycle, Keef sent out a leering, ugly tweet, which led to a Chicago Police Department investigation into his possible involvement in the killing. Now it's just getting bizarre. As the Chicago Tribune reports, Keef was jailed on Tuesday for violating his parole. The violation in question? Shooting a video for Pitchfork.