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Chief Keef to Appear at Tribute Concert Via Hologram

Chief Keef

With his current legal situation rendering him unable to appear in his hometown of Chicago, the now Los Angeles-based rapper Chief Keef is trying to make a difference from afar. Billboard reports that the Finally Rich MC will hold a concert in the Chi-town area, in support of the family of Dillan Harris, a local toddler who was killed in a hit-and-run earlier this month. (The driver of the car that killed Harris is also a suspect in the murder of the rapper Capo — an associate of Keef’s Glo Gang crew — and the accident occurred while the suspect was allegedly fleeing the scene of that crime, as reported by the Chicago Tribune.) In lieu of performing in person, Keef will appear at the concert via hologram, broadcast from a soundstage in Beverly Hills.

The concert will take place on July 17, and attendance will be free, with donations to Harris’ family encouraged. A spokesman for Keef tells Billboard that the rapper “is just so heartbroken and appalled” by both deaths, and hopes to be of assistance to Harri’s family in what is an “out of control situation.”