City Bans Rapper, He Turns Into a Hologram, Censorship Ensues

When 13-month-old Dillan Harris and his father Capo (whose real name was Marvin Carr) were killed on July 11, rapper Chief Keef decided to organize a benefit concert. The money raised in the event would be sent to the family members of the victims.

The event was originally scheduled to take place at Pilsen’s Redmoon Theater, but it never happened. When the Chicago City Hall heard the news Keef was organizing a show locally, officials pressured the theater to drop the concert.

But Chief Keef didn’t back down. Instead, he planned a show at an undisclosed location and asked fans to donate $50 to Capo’s family.

Read more here.

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