Chief Keef can’t even perform via hologram without getting the attention of cops. Sosa was scheduled to “perform” at Craze Fest in Indiana, but the authorities shut down the show after just one song.
The rapper was actually appearing via hologram, because he felt he was going to get arrested if he showed up anywhere in the Midwest, because of outstanding warrants.
Keef was supposed to perform in Chicago, but changed his plans after city officials made it clear he was asking for trouble if he performed. Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked the Chicago venue to pull the plug because Keef was a bad role model. The venue obliged.
Keef then decided to make a faux appearance at Craze Fest in Hammond, Indiana, but he was actually in Beverly Hills and his performance was beamed in the form of a hologram.
One song in, the cops rushed the venue and shut it down.
You may want to handle those warrants, Keef.
Last we heard from the Chicago rapper, he was pushing a story that he got dropped from Interscope Records on purpose. More people?
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