Chief Keef and his Glo Gang associate Tadoe were reportedly arrested for home invasion in Los Angeles earlier today.

Not much information was available at the time the news broke, but a screen-cap taken from an KNBC-TV Channel 4 broadcast showing the pair being escorted by a SWAT team quickly circulated on social networking sites. It’s now known that Police pursued a warrant for Chief Keef’s home address in L.A and arrested him and Tadoe along with Terintino & manager GBE Antonio & Big Zo amongst others inside the address for home invasion.

LAPD Officer Tony Im confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that the search and arrests were made about 4 p.m. in the 5100 block of Otis Avenue in Tarzana and were in connection with the Jan. 19 robbery reported by fellow Chicago born, L.A living producer Ramsay Tha Great.

The news has been controversial because of Chicago producer Ramsay The Great’s recent claims that Chief Keef and Tadoe, among others, kicked down his door and assaulted him before robbing him for a number of items (Watch HERE: He has posted a video to his Instagram claiming that he made the complaint which resulted in the pair’s arrest & feels it is justified.

GBE Antonio, Big Zo and Terintino have already been released, and Antonio has promised that Chief Keef and Tadoe will be bonded out before tonight. Which exact charges the pair are facing will effect the sentences the pair may face if they are found guilty, but in California burglary in the first degree is punishable by two, four, or six years in prison & less serious charges like aggravated trespassing carry lesser sentences. Subscribe to this channel for other rappers’ reactions to the news, and all updates relating to this case as they emerge.

● Glo Gang Manager GBE Antonio Says Chief Keef & Tadoe Will Be Released From Jail By Tonight –

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