The Indiana mayor who shut down Chief Keef's concert over the weekend went and mugged for the camera with rapper 2 Chainz... because he says Chainz is all about having a good time while Keef attracts a bad element. Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott…
Even Chief Keef has rights.
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Photo via Instagram When Chief Keef planned a free concert in Chicago where he'd perform via hologram, he reportedly faced opposition from City Hall. The show was subsequently moved to Hammond, Indiana, but was shut down by police after one song. Show More Summary
On Saturday night, a digital projected hologram of Chicago rapper Chief Keef was scheduled to perform at Craze Fest, a Stateside rap festival in Hammond, Illinois. However, only one minute into the performance, police and security stormed the stage and shut down the performance, citing wishes from the Mayor. Show More Summary
Chief Keef is just 19 years old but already an accomplished rapper, child-support avoider, and fringe bystander at shootings. As a teenager who is also a wildly successful person, he has that rare knowledge of what “the kids” are into, combined with the ability to cater to those interests in an impactful way. Show More Summary
The Chicago Tribune has a disturbing story about how the police in Hammond Indiana shut down an entire music festival because they didn't like a particular rapper, Chief Keef, who appeared via hologram (supposedly to avoid arrest for some outstanding warrants in the mid-west). Show More Summary
'Rapper Chief Keef has a warrant out for his arrest in Illinois and Indiana, so he decided to perform in a concert via hologram. The police didn't find that too amusing, so they shut the whole concert down.'-- via +AJ+
Chief Keef's label said it will announce plans for another benefit concert by Tuesday morning, just days after the Chicago rapper's concert by hologram was shut down by police in northwest Indiana.
Hammond, Indiana police don't like Chief Keef very much. So much so, in fact, that they shut down a hologram of him performing at a concert on Saturday. The concert was a benefit for the families of 13-month-old Dillan...
On Saturday night, police cut power at a concert in Hammond, Indiana, to censor a holographic performance by hip hop artist Chief Keef. Read more...
Saturday night was a first for hip-hop: Police shut down a rapper’s hologram performance. Chicago MC Chief Keef was set to perform via a hologram projected from Los Angeles at a concert at Hammond, Indiana’s Wolf Lake Pavilion. Keef's appearance at the concert, called Craze Fest, was intended to raise...
Chief Keef tried to hold his hologram concert again this weekend—his time in Hammond, Indiana—but cops busted the gig within minutes. [ more › ]
Craze Fest promoters can be upset with the city of Hammond all they want, but Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. said the had the right to pull the plug on rapper Chief Keef's hologram performance Saturday night.
Who’s carrying on the legacies of C. Delores Tucker and Tipper Gore? As it turns out, two mayors in the Midwest. Both Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Thomas M. McDermott Jr., the mayor of Hammond, Ind., used their offices to put the kibosh on hologram performances by rapper Chief Keef. On Saturday night, police cut the […]
Photo by Erez Avissar Update: Chief Keef performed "I Don't Like" via hologram before the stream of the concert ended. According to an Instagram video posted by FilmOn founder Alki David, police shut down the live stream, via the FADER. We...Show More Summary