Rapper Chief Keef may be making it big these days but unfortunately for him, he's going to have to put his career on hold for a few months since he'll be in a Youth Center for two months in Illinois.

Back in July of 2012 the rapper did an interview for Pitchfork.TV where he was filmed holding a firearm. That was a parole violation, and subsequently he's been sent to the Illinois Youth Center in St. Charles, Illinois.

This is all according to Idris "Peeda Pan" Abdul Wahid, who is part of Keef's management team. As said by Wahid, "I think that overall we would have preferred for him not to have to sit down for a single day. Overall, I think it's the best decision to satisfy everybody. The City of Chicago got what they want... We done been to hell and back already, so shit ain't nothing."

According to The Chicago Sun-Times, "The rapper pleaded with Judge Carl Anthony Walker not to sentence him to juvenile detention, breaking down into tears several times, but the judge said he could not tolerate the teen's "blatant violations of the court's order."

We assume the list of things that he doesn't like will continue to grow during his time away.

Chief Keef recently released his debut studio LP Finally Rich.