Chicago rapper Chief Keef was released from juvenile detention Thursday (March 14) after serving two months for a parole violation on an earlier gun possession conviction.

According to, the 'I Don't Like' artist was greeted by friends and family outside of the Cook County Juvenile Justice Center as they snapped photos with him for posterity on Instagram. The 17-year-old artist was in good spirits as he was handed his daughter before being whisked away in a black SUV. "Feels great to be out! Thanks for all the luv y'all showed a n---- #300," he tweeted.

Not long after Keef was released from jail, he's already courting controversy. An Instagram photo was posted online in what appears to show him holding in his fingers a roach clip of marijuana. Now the question remains if he will get baptized by Pastor Corey Brooks as planned now that he's out.

Keef's grandmother, Margaret Carter, is optimistic.

"That’s his old neighborhood pastor," she says. "There’s no telling what he told Corey, and if he’ll do something different. But Keith’s little sister says she wants to go with him. And my oldest son says he wants to get baptized again, too. We’ll see what Sunday brings us."

Nevertheless, Ms. Carter is thrilled that her grandson is finally home. However, she worries that after his jail stint, Keef's weakness for women will get out of control. "His devil is all those girls. Oooh, those girls are the devil," she says. "Everybody needs to just leave him alone and give him a big box of rubbers.”

Before Keef's release, a new video surfaced called 'Now it's Over,' which you can watch below.

Watch Chief Keef's 'Now It's Over'

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