It’s business as usual for Chief Keef. The Chicago rhymer is out of police custody following a shooting at his manager’s home.

If you don’t know, Keef was placed in police custody after a person was shot at his manager’s mansion. According to reports, Keef drove the victim to a local hospital where he is listed in stable condition. At this point, no one has been arrested for the incident and Keef’s attorney insist the rapper wasn’t the shooter.

On his Instagram page, the 'I Don't Like' rapper posted photos of what appears to be apparel from a proposed clothing line he is creating. Then he posted a 15-second clip of him shooting a video for his latest single, 'Close That Door.'

But even more touching is Keef’s announcement that he will be paying for the funeral of Jakariah Patterson.

The two-year-old child was found dead earlier this month by authorities. According to the Chicago Tribune, Patterson was killed allegedly by her father, Jeremiah L. Thompson.

The father was charged for murder and is in custody pending trial. Police says that Thompson killed Patterson because she soiled herself while she was in his care. The young girl is not potty trained.

Keef went on the picture-sharing website to announced that he will cover the cost of the infant’s funeral.

"RIP TO JAKARIAH PATTERSON BEAT TO DEATH BY. TELL THE NEWS TO REPORT THIS IM PAYING FOR THE FUNERAL," he wrote.

The tragic news hits home for Keef as he’s a father of a young daughter named Kayden Kash Cozart, whom he affectionately calls "Kay Kay."

Despite all of his past legal problems, we have to remind ourselves that Chief Keef is not a bad guy after all.

We salute Chief Keef’s random act of kindness and our condolences to Patterson's family.