Chief Keef is being taken to court by a landlord who claims that the Chicago upstart hasn't paid two months worth of rent that amounts up to around $10,000.

The landlord, Georghe Simoniak-Sas, apparently filed the lawsuit against the rapper and his uncle for $9,400 and eviction, according to TMZ. The monthly rent amount is $4,700 and the 5,100-square foot Illinois home is valued at about $1 million.

Despite not paying rent for the months of July or August, Keef is apparently still living at the mansion that you can see a photo of at TMZ.

This is yet another lawsuit brought against the 18-year-old who four weeks ago coughed up $230,000 to a British promotions company. He reportedly never responded to the suit for four months, which led a judge to rule in the company's favor.