The Glory Boyz continue to face judges, as Lil Reese's failure to provide paperwork on a big-body BMW landed the rapper in front of a judge yesterday.
For Glory Boyz Entertainment, the Chicago, it has been a busy year legally. The Illinois-based label, whose roster includes Chief Keef, Lil Durk and Lil Reese, has had over six arrests in the last month. Following Chief Keef's third arrest in four weeks last Monday, it has been announced that Lil Reese was back in police custody over the weekend.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that yesterday (June 23), Reese (a/k/a Tavares Taylor) was in bond court with charges of stealing a BMW 750Li automobile. Court records indicated that the Def Jam Records-backed rapper failed to provide ownership documentation on the luxury vehicle when stopped in Chicago, Illinois on April 13.
Reese and Keef's affiliate, Lil Durk, was released from a brief weapons sentencing, last week. At present, there is a Florida bench warrant for Keef after the Interscope Records-backed rapper failed to appear in court. Similar to Reese, Keef is charged with driving a Ferrari that was said to be reported stolen. A representative from the rapper's camp later said he was "not worried."