After rumors spread that Chicago rapper Chief Keef had moved to an upscale Chicago suburb without letting his probation officer know, the "I Don't Like" star found himself in court earlier today.

Cook County judge Carl Anthony Walker ruled that no one had presented "any credible evidence" that Keef had actually changed his residence. Unfortunately, he still may face jail time for violating his probation after visiting a gun range in an interview with Pitchfork. The hearing for that charge is on January 28.