Chief Keef didn’t wait long to get his get-out-of-jail party started.
After shaking reporters covering his release from juvenile detention Friday, the 17-year-old rapper and his entourage stopped to celebrate on the sidewalk just around the corner from the courthouse.
Chief Keef joked that he wasn’t happy that his pals were “taking over my Twitter and Instagram and s---” during the 60 days he was locked up for violating probation on a gun charge.
The video also shows Chief Keef getting a hug from Pastor Corey Brooks — the South Side preacher who has said the rapper agreed to be baptized after getting released from juvenile detention.
Chief Keef’s grandmother, Margaret Carter, told DNAinfo.com Chicago that she’s not sure the rapper will go through with the baptism scheduled for Sunday.
After a short chat with Brooks, Chief Keef threw up gang signs while posing for a picture with the pastor, the video shows.
At one point, an excited Chief Keef suggested they should just “have a block party right here.”
But Cook County sheriff’s deputies quickly shooed them away.
Chief Keef climbed in the back of white Cadillac SUV with other rappers on his Interscope Records imprint, Glory Boyz Entertainment — GBE for short.
During the three-hour shopping trip, Chief Keef stocked up on size 9 Nike sneakers including two pairs of retro Air Jordans and two pairs of Lebron James signature shoes — and Succezz brand clothes, a source said.
The total bill was $3,263.10, which Chief Keef appeared to pay with cash, according to the video.
Inside the store, Chief Keef shared a loving moment with his daughter, Kay Kay.
“Did you think I left you?” he said cradling the toddler in his arms and kissing her. “I didn’t leave you.”