Hologram Sosa had a special message for the City of Chicago during his digital performance Saturday night at Craze Fest at the Pavilion at Wolf Lake in Hammond, IN.
“Stop the violence,” he said. “Stop the killing. Stop the nonsense. Let the kids grow up.”
Sosa went on to perform his hit single “I Don’t Like” to an enthusiastic crowd. But Sosa’s performance was cut short after Hammond police pulled the plug.
FilmOn immediately released a tweet, reading, “We were s--- down by the police!! More info soon! Sorry guys! #stoptheviolence.”
Hammond Police Lt. Patrick Vicari told the Chicago Sun Times promoters said Chief Keef would not appear by Hologram.
“Even though I was told no Chief Keef by the promoters, they tried it anyway, so we shut it down. We turned the power off, we’re closing the park down,” Vicari reportedly said.
“Police stopped the show,” said Owen Phillips, spokesman for concert organizer HologramUSA, in an emailed statement to the Sun Times. “20 cops and a bulldozer to silence a hologram.”
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Chief Keef Says ‘Stop The Violence’ and Performs Hit Song ‘I Don’t Like’ In Hologram
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