Rapper CHIEF KEEF has been questioned by police on suspicion of assault and home invasion robbery.
The Chicago-born musician, real name Keith Cozart, was taken into custody by officers on Thursday (26Jan17) to be interviewed over his former music producer Ramsay Tha Great’s claims that he broke into his house with an assault rifle and five friends on 19 January (17).
Ramsay took to Instagram after the alleged incident, and said things kicked off when he was arguing with a woman at his home, with the woman then calling Cozart.
He claimed Cozart, 21, and his friends viciously beat him up, before making off with a Rolex watch and $1,600 (£1,275) in cash.
Alongside a video which showed his bruised and bloodied face, Ramsay said: “I just think that someone with $6 million would be a little bit smarter about their actions, and showing their face.
“If you think you can come inside a person’s house, home invasion, with a gun, and beat ‘em up, and you worth $6 million dollars? You stupid, dude.”
He also promised he would be pressing charges over the incident, writing next to a picture of himself in a neck brace: “See u (sic) in court.”
According to the New York Daily News, police had a warrant to search an address in connection with Cozart, and brought him and another individual in for questioning at the LAPD’s (Los Angeles Police Department) Devonshire station.
The outlet adds that as of 9.30pm on Thursday night, Cozart had yet to be charged.