Chief Keef is slated to feed, groom and clean up after horses while at a Chicago area equestrian center carrying out his community service.
Chief Keef has been ordered to conduct 60 hours of community service at Horsefeathers Therapeutic Riding, a Chicago-area equestrian center, according to TMZ.com.
While there, the rapper will feed, groom and clean up after the animals.
Horsefeathers uses horses to provide physical and occupational therapy for people with disabilities.
The community service stretch is a result of Chief Keef’s May 27 arrest for driving 110 mph in a 55 mph zone. After being pulled over, Keef failed a drug test.
On October 15, Chief Keef was set to serve a 20-day jail sentence due to his May arrest on marijuana charges, according to ABC Chicago.
Chief Keef has also had to pay a $531 fine related to this arrest. He was ordered to serve 18 months probation and 60 hours of community service, as per ABC Chicago.
On Wednesday (November 6), Chief Keef was sentenced to a 90-day residential drug treatment program. He is still there, as per TMZ, and the site says it does not know when he will begin his community service at Horsefeathers.