Chief Keef may have to start putting some of those Brick Squad coins to the side as soon as he starts collecting them.

The Chicago rapper has a number of responsibilities to take care of as he's behind in child support by some years. At the age of 15 Keef became a father and now that he has a substantial stream of revenue, the Interscope signee has a pretty big bill to pay.

According to TMZ, the 17-year-old -- born Keith Cozart -- has a hearing next month to finalize the funds owed. He reportedly makes $13,000 monthly so a judge has worked his child support out to be up to $2,600 a month, in addition to $500 in day care expenses and another $10,400 in back support.

Last week, it was announced that the "drill" rapper will fill the protege role previously held by Waka Flocka Flame on the Brick Squad imprint.

We know one thing -- Keef's sophomore album had better be a great one, after all, his kid deserves to live the good life too.

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