Chief Keef is making an attempt to curb violence in his hometown of Chicago with the “Stop The Violence Now” foundation, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Sosa discussed plans of his new foundation after announcing he was going to perform in a hologram benefit concert for baby Dillan Harris who was killed in a car crash Saturday, July 11.
Sosa will reportedly appear at the Chicago concert via hologram from soundstage in Beverly Hills, CA. The concert will be free, but concertgoers will be encouraged to make donations, which will benefit the family of baby Dillan Harris, who was in his stroller when gunmen in a vehicle swerved around a corner and barreled into him.
According to Sosa’s FilmOn Networks management, the Glo Gang frontman isn’t able to appear in Chicago in person due to due to “outstanding warrants his legal team.”