Yae Yae Jordan, an artist associated with Chief Keef's Glo Gang crew, has been arrested as a suspect in a murder case in Highland Park in the metro area of Detroit, Michigan.
According to Detroit Free Press, artist Cordell Jones aka Yae Yae Jordan, associated with Chief Keef's Glo Gang crew, was caught hiding out in Detroit after a September 20th shooting at the Deja Vu Nightclub in the 'Motor City' that left one person dead and several others injured.
Reportedly on the run since the shooting, Yae Yae Jordan was found hiding out at a house in Detroit after an investigation, according to US Marshals.
Jones, who was added to the 'Michigan's Most Wanted' list two weeks ago and was featured on Crime Stoppers, is being held by the Highland Park police pending being arraigned on charges related to the shooting at the nightclub Deja Vu in Detroit.
Though Yae Yae Jordan is closely associated with Chief Keef's Glo Gang, sources claim he is not actually signed to the Glo Gang imprint after Keef relaunched the label as Glo Gang earlier in 2014 from the original name Glory Boyz Entertainment, which was a subsidiary of Interscope Records.
In related news, Chief Keef was recently released from the label Interscope Records, which the rapper confirmed himself earlier last week.