Rapper Chief Keef won a small victory in family court last week. Court documents obtained by TMZ reveal the "Earned It" rapper fathered 4 children by four different women.
All four of his children are under the age of 5, according to the court documents. The 43-year-old mother of his youngest child filed a paternity suit against the 23-year-old who fathered his first child at age 16.
Keef responded to the petition by telling the court he is a self-employed musician with a monthly income of $9,000 and monthly expenses of $9,000 -- bringing his total monthly income to zero.
The judge sympathized with the "Love Sosa" rapper and ordered him to pay each mom $564 a month in child support.
Keef got off easy for a young millionaire who brags constantly about the millions he's made. He reportedly owns a mansion in Los Angeles filled with expensive artwork.
Keef is best known for his 2012 banger "I Don't Like", which peaked at #20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.