Chicago rapper Chief Keef will perform in concert by hologram to help the family of the one-year-old child, Dillan Harris, who was killed over the weekend in a car crash.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Keef will perform live in Beverly Hills while the show will cast in Chicago. It will be a free concert, but donations will be accepted, in support of the toddler’s family. Dillan Harris was hit by a car on the run after shooting and killing Capo, a Glo Gang rapper and Keef’s friend.
Keef posted a photo of himself preparing to be made into a hologram on Instagram:
From Chicago Tribune:
Chief Keef, who now lives in the Los Angeles area, “is just so heartbroken and appalled” by the deaths of the boy and his friend, the spokesman said, that he wanted to do something for the family and to address the “out of control situation.” But he cannot attend in person because of “outstanding warrants his legal team is addressing.” Chief Keef, whose legal name is Keith Cozart, also announced the formation of the Stop the Violence Now Foundation, which will aim to curb neighborhood crime.
Chief Keef To Perform As A Hologram To Benefit Slain Toddler’s Family was originally published on theurbandaily.com