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
A shootout at a wedding party in northern Afghanistan has killed at least 21 people and injured eight more, an official said on Monday. Abdul Jabar Perdili, police chief of Baghlan province, said a gunfight broke out between two groups attending the wedding in Dih Salah district late on Sunday evening. 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+
A former police chief in Mount Pleasant pleaded guilty to downloading hundreds of images of child pornography while on the job.
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...
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A shootout at a wedding party in northern Afghanistan has left 21 people dead and eight wounded, an official said Monday. Abdul Jabar Perdili, police chief of Baghlan province, said a gunfight broke out between two groups attending the wedding in Dih Salah district late Sunday. Show More Summary
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
19-year-old rapper Chief Keef was slated to perform, via hologram, at the rap festival Craze Fest, held about 25 miles outside of Chicago. Chief Keef had partnered with Los Angeles-based Hologram USA to transmit his performance to the event in Hammond, Illinois using a soundstage in Beverly Hills. He had... More »
The Chicago rapper made a virtual appearance at a music festival outside of Chicago, but the authorities shut it down.
Chief Keef's Stop the Violence benefit concert in Hammond, Indiana – where the rapper was scheduled to perform live via hologram from Los Angeles – was cut short Saturday night after police pulled the plug on the performance after one song. Chief Keef's hologram managed to deliver "I Don't Like" before police stormed the...
Hammond, Indiana police were no fans of Chief Keef after shutting down the Chicago rapper’s controversial benefit concert minutes after he took the stage, by hologram, on Saturday night. [ more › ]
Rapper Chief Keef appeared - via hologram - at a Hammond music festival Saturday night, but his performance was shut down by police within minutes.
The small town has been roiled by allegations of racism and abuse of power by city officials.
Lafayette, Louisiana police chief Jim Craft provided more information during a press conference earlier tonight about how the movie theater shooter obtained his gun.