It seems that Chief Keef can't stay away from legal trouble. The Chicago rapper was arrested again on Monday (May 27). This time for speeding on the Edens Expressway in his BMW.

According to the Chicago Tribune, the 'I Don't Like' rhymer was clocked at 110 mph in a 55 mph zone. The police pulled the 17-year-old rhymer's vehicle over with three other men inside.

Keef was then placed under arrest, while one of the passengers was permitted to drive the vehicle away. He was cited for speeding and exceeding the passenger limit since his driver's permit only allows him to have one occupant in the car.

After he was taken into custody, cops found $8,000 in the front pocket of his vest. He was reportedly told the cash would not be removed from his pocket.

Monday's arrest comes a week after Keef was charged with disorderly conduct after Atlanta police busted him for allegedly smoking weed at the Le Meridien Atlanta Perimeter hotel.

He is due back in court on June 17 to answer to the speeding charges.

This young man better slow down because these arrests are only derailing his unstable music career at the moment.