Chief Keef Buys Cartoon Art Collection Valued Around $40,000

Chief Keef Buys Cartoon Art Collection Valued Around $40,000


Chief Keef

Check Out My New Art Collection …

$40,000 Worth o’ Cartoons

1/9/2019 12:30 AM PST


Chief Keef has a serious case of ’90s nostalgia, and a high-priced way of dealing with it … because the rapper just threw down a ton of cash to turn his home into a real-life comic strip.

We’re told Chief reached out to Idiot Box Art owners Emily Bright and Tamara Martin over the weekend to purchase a bunch of art inspired by ’90s TV shows — specifically cartoons. The collection is an homage to “The Simpsons,” “The Smurfs” and “Rugrats” … and it’s valued at $40k.

As you can see, Keef is hanging up some of the new art in his son’s room … and we’re told his daughter’s room is getting decked out too. 

All the works are made of hand-cut wood, covered with acrylic paint and finished with a coat of resin. The pieces range in size from 2 to 15 feet high.

We’re told Chief also commissioned a few cartoon versions of himself because … why not?

He dropped a bundle, but check out our gallery … won’t cost you a dime.