There are certain cities Chief Keef isn't allowed to go to, because of his criminal history.
They include London, England and his hometown of Chicago, where he still has outstanding warrants.
Those will be the first two stops of a tour a hologram version of Sosa will soon embark on called Chief Keef and Icons of American Music Tour.
The show, which is being financed by Keef's benefactor and label boss, billionaire Alki David, will be 90 minutes long and will include appearances by hologram versions of 2Pac, Biggie Smalls, NWA, and Snoop Dogg.
"We’ve advanced everything that can be done in the new medium of hologram shows. Anything you think you know about them—we’ve surpassed it. And you’ll see Chief Keef at the peak of his powers, both as a performer and a creator," claims David.
If this sound familiar, it's because Keef and David tried to beam a hologram show into Chicago a few years ago. It was shut down by the mayor after one song.
Hopefully, this time it will go better because tickets for the tour, which starts August 31 in London, cost between $52 and $222. That's a lot to pay for one song from an image. Three-dimensional or not.
We wonder if Teka$hi 69 will send his hologram goons after Sosa.