Slim Jesus wasn’t flodging when he hinted that he’d be the special guest performer at Chief Keef’s “Bang 3 Hologram Fest” concert in Los Angeles. Slim was indeed at Sosa’s event and ready to give the crowd a memorable performance.
Slim posted a photo onto his IG account verifying he was indeed at the concert.
The caption on his post read, “im about to perform #slimjesus.”
Mike Chehade of Dash Radio also confirmed Slim was present at the concert.
Mike posted a photo of himself onto Twitter with Slim, writing, “The homie @TheSlimJesus is in the building for the surprise performance at the @ChiefKeef Bang 3 Fest #WePray.”
He caption another photo he took with Slim, “#InTheCut.”
But Mike told his followers that Slim’s much-anticipated performance never transpired after police shut it down.
“Daaaaaamn @TheSlimJesus was about to perform and the Cops shut the whole event down because Slim had it so turnt up!!” he wrote.
Slim told fans Friday to anticipate his performance at “Bang 3 Hologram Fest.”
Slim posted Chief Keef’s concert flyer onto his IG account with a caption, reading, “I wonder who the special guest is, just wait on it.”
Slim announced on Twitter Thursday that he landed in LA.
“Just hopped off the flight in LA, big moves this weekend,” he wrote.
It looks like Slim Jesus’ 15 minutes of fame aren’t ending any time soon. Slim Jesus exploded onto the underground Hip Hop scene with his “Drill Time” music video.
Sadly for Chief Keef, this make two venues his concert was cancelled at. Sosa’s concert was initially supposed to take place inside the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood.
A dispute between Chief Keef and the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood reportedly led to Sosa’s event being moved to the parking lot next to theater.
A physical altercation is alleged to have occurred between a member of Sosa’s camp and a theatre staff member during a Sept. 16 rehearsal. Chief Keef filed an LAPD complaint against the theater staff member.
Sosa didn’t bite his tongue when making his feelings known about the theater by dissing late actor Henry Fonda and his daughter Academy Award-winning 77-year-old actress Jane Fonda.
“F**k Henry Fonda and f**k jane Fonda too,” Sosa wrote on Twitter.
"f--- Henry Fonda and f--- jane Fonda too"
— AlmightySo (@ChiefKeef) September 18, 2015
Grant Zimmerman, an A&R at FilmOn TV, told HipHopDX his account of the fight that occurred.
“Security tried to attack a staff member for drinking the Fonda’s water during an official walk-through for the event,” Zimmerman said. “Unfortunately the Fondas tried to stop us from throwing an amazing event due to a lack of professionalism on their end, but the show will go on.”
The event was set to celebrate the release of Sosa’s “Bang 3 (Pt. 2)” project.
FilmOn Ceo Alki David was upset with the cancellation.
“AEG and the Fonda Theater have continued the shameful cycle of blaming hip hop and the artistic expression of urban youth for their own corporate malfeasance,” said David, according to Rap-Up. “This follows Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s attempts to silence Keef and scapegoat him for his city’s complete inability to solve the war-zone like crisis on the South Side, and on the Madison Square Garden Company’s bumbling attempt to back out of a tri-city peace concert to benefit the family of a murdered baby.”
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