Chicago Police Issuing Citations For Hanging Chief Keef Posters
Policeman in Chicago, Illinois are searching for people who hung posters advertising Chief Keef's "Finally Rich."
Policeman in Chicago, Illinois are seeking to issue citations to individuals who are hanging up posters advertising Chief Keef's Finally Rich around his Englewood neighborhood.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, people have been putting up advertisements for the young rapper's debut, releasing December 18th. Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman described the acts as a "smack in the face" to police officers.
“It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero,” he said. “But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.”
Chicago Police Commander Kevin Ryan noted that this isn't a personal attack on Keef, who is currently on probation for pointing a gun at a policeman. "We used to do this when I was commander in [a downtown] district," he explained.
Keef's manager, Rovan “Dro” Manuel, disagreed, stating that this is in fact an issue with the rapper. "I don’t think it’s fair,” he said. “If they [don’t] do that with Britney Spears, Madonna, the Goo Goo Dolls, why do they have to do that to us?
"I think they’re targeting Chief Keef a little bit for more reasons than one,” he continued. “He’s a spokesperson for Englewood, they had problems way before Chief Keef. When something bad happens they want to put it all on him."