Rapper Chief Keef Has Reportedly Been Slapped With A Third Paternity Lawsuit.
Rashieda Saunders filed legal papers in Chicago, Illinois late last year (14), demanding the embattled hip-hop star, real name Keith Cozart, take a paternity test and pay back child support if it's proven he fathered her child.
Cozart has reportedly failed to respond to the lawsuit and a judge has recently ordered him to appear in court to address the legal matter, according to TheJasmineBrand.com.
Chief Keef has been embroiled in past paternity lawsuits linked to child support payments for his two daughters from two previous relationships.
He is also father to a son.