Chief Keef Performs At Pink + Dolphin's L.A. Flagship Store Opening [VIDEO/PHOTOS]

Pink Dolphin launch One week after hosting a 2 Chainz in-store signing, Pink + Dolphin continued its West Coast ...

One week after hosting a 2 Chainz in-store signing, Pink Dolphin continued its West Coast takeover by throwing a launch party in the Hollywood, Calif. Saturday (Aug. 25). Held at Playhouse Nightclub in the heart of the Southern California city, the event marked Chicago native Chief Keef's first ever performance in the area, alongside Lil Reese.

The “I Don't Like” rapper was on hand to help the lifestyle brand celebrate the grand opening of its flagship store in Los Angeles.

Tons of big names came out to support, including Rihanna (generously sharing her herbal medicine), Sean Kingston, Lauren London, Christina Milian, Theophilus London,DJ Mustard, Chris Brown, and more.

Hailed as a unique clothing brand, embodying exclusivity, Pink + Dolphin has become respected in the fashion world.  The line boasts modest price points, and features a bevy of t-shirts, hats, jackets, tank tops and accessories.

Aside from Brown, other big names that have jumped on board to support the line include Big Sean, Rick Ross, T.I., Wale, and Future.

Check below to see Keef's visit to L.A. store, and photos from the event.



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