Chief Keef To Perform Via Hologram For Slain 1-Year-Old Toddler
According to the Chicago Tribune, Mr. Sosa has arranged a Chicago hologram concert for one-year-old Dillan Harris, who was killed in his stroller by a fleeing vehicle on Saturday (July 11). The toddler’s death was tied in connection with the gunning down of Chief Keef’s parter-in-Glo Gang member Capo, who was shot and killed on the same day. Investigators say the vehicle that fled the shootout that resulted in Capo’s death struck Harris as he and his mother were waiting for a bus in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood.
The “3Hunna” Glo Gang rap star will perform through the hologram from a California soundstage. Though concertgoers will not be charged for admission, they are asked to make donations to benefit the family of Dillan Harris. One of Keef’s reps told the Tribune that he felt compelled to perform the concert because he was “heartbroken and appalled” by the one-year-old’s fatality. Because of legal snags that Keef recently fell upon, he can’t attend the Chicago concert in person. He also announced his Stop the Violence Now foundation, created to help combat Chicago’s dangerously high violence and neighborhood crime.
Investigations are still underway about the death of Capo, however, who succumbed to gunshot wounds in his back and hip during the shootout. Speculation of safety concerns might also contribute to reason for the hologram performance, as it did when his 2014 concert was cancelled due to security matters.
The concert for young Dillan will hit Chi-town on July 17 as Chief takes form of his hologram from a Beverly Hills stage.
Stay tuned for updates through Keef’s Twitter.