He’s baaack ... Chief Keef says hologram concert is back on

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Chief Keef, the controversial South Side rapper, has apparently rescheduled a previously announced benefit concert.

In a video posted to Instagram, Keef, with a voiceover touting him as “banned by the Mayor of Chicago,” a makeup show is promised in an undisclosed location with the drill artist again promising to perform via hologram.

View this post on Instagram Oh yeah it’s hannenin…. Powered by @alkidavid @hologramusa @filmontvnetworks A post shared by Chief Keef (@chieffkeeffsossa) on Jul 22, 2015 at 2:46am PDT

Keef is facing an arrest warrant precluding him from performing in the city limits.

Chief Keef | Sun-Times file

The show, a benefit that Keef’s camp says is to help decrease Chicago street violence in the name of Marvin Carr, a rapper known as Capo and friend of Keef’s, and 13-month-old Dillan Harris, who was killed after being struck by a car implicated in the shooting death of Capo on July 12.

The concert was originally scheduled for Redmoon Theater in Pilsen, but cancelled after pressure from City Hall and Father Michael Pfleger, though at the time promoters said the gig was only “postponed.”

The announcement of the makeup date did not provide details on location or for the Saturday, July 25 show.

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